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Baptist Assocfaefon 



156th Annual Meeting 



THEME:"Kingdom Under Construction: Building on 
the Foundation' Ephesians 2: 1 4-22 



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October 22, 1996 
Willowdale Baptist Church 

October 23, 1996 
Proffif s Grove Baptist Church 



Three Forks 
Baptist Association 
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North Carolina 
I 56th Annual Session 



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WILLOWDALE BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 22. i996 



PROFFITS GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 23. 1996 



Annual Meetings are held on the Tuesday and Wednesday 
foilowing the third Sunday in October 



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MOUNT CALVARY 
Tuesday. October 21, 1 997 
Preacher: Rev. James Hagaman 
Alternate: Rev. Lanrar Kirig 



PERKINSVILLE 

Wednesday, October 22, 1 997 
Preacher: Rev. Allan Blume 
Alternate: Rev. Mike Taylor 



MOUNT VERNON 
Tuesday, October 20. 1 998 
Preacher: Rev. Herbert McCoy 
Alternate: Rev. Homer Murdock 



MEAT CAMP 

Wednesday. October 21, 1 998 
Preacher: Rev. Doug Robinson 
Alternate: Rev. Vernon El ler 



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Director of f%^i$$mm of I hree Forks Baptist 
AssQcmtmi i 976- 1 9f 4, 

Mr. Pym spent these years attendmg associational 
regional, and state meetings, promoting every phase of 
the work of the Association arid planning lor the future 
growth of- the Association, He worked for Christiars 
growth in the cfiurches and for cooper'ation between the 
churches and the Association. 

He was faithful to his Lord and the work to 
which the Lord called him. 




Mrs. Blanche Roberts 

Director of DIsclpleship Trammg of Tfiree forks 
Baptht AssQciatma 1981-1996. 

''Earl Pyni was Director of Missions when I began 
as Director of DIsclpleship Training in 1981. He was 
very helpful with his advice as he met with us in our 

council. 

As I go off Supporter of DIsclpleship Training of 
Three Forks Baptist Association I want to say a special 
thank you to each one that has been faithful to support 
Oiscipleship Training in the association and your church. 

Words are ifiadequate to say how snuch I have 
enjoyed working with you in our Lord's work to reach 
others for Discipleship, The Lord has our hands, feet, 
Kingdom/' 




and love to carry on His work for His 



Constitution for 
Three Forks Baptist Association 

(Revised 1997) 
ARTICLE 1: Name and Composition 

SECTION I. This body shall be known as the Three Forks Missionary Baptist Association. 

SECTION 2. It shall be composed of the messengers of Missionary Baptist Churches in 
Watauga and adjacent counties, cooperating with and supporting the work of the Three Forks 
Association, of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, and of the Southern Baptist 
Convention. 

SECTION 3. Each church having fifty resident members, or less, shall be entitled to three 
messengers, and one additional messenger for each fifty resident members, or fraction 
thereof: provided that no church has more than ten messengers. The pastor of the churches 
and the following elected officials of the Association shall be ex officio messengers: 
Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer. Sunday School Director, Discipleship 
Supporter, Woman's Missionary Union Director, Brotherhood Director, Director of 
Evangelism, Historian, Music Director, Media Resource Director, Camp joy Director, 
Stewardship Director, Singles Director and Chairperson of Missions Development Council. 

ARTICLE II: Objects 

SECTION I . The object of this Association shall be to devise and recommend measures 
for increasing the harmony, intelligence, and spiritual power of the churches and for 
developing and directing their energi^. their resources and gifts in winning and developing 
people in the Redeemer's Kingdom throughout the world. 

SECTION 2. For the better accomplishment of the above objectives this Association shall, 
in so far as is practicable, cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE III: Officm and Committees 

SECTION la. Officers of this body shall be those listed in Article I, Section 3. 

SECTION lb. Unless otherwise stated alt officers and members of committees of the 
Association shall be eligible for re-election to consecutive terms. 

SECTION 2. The COMMITfEE ON COMMITTEES shall be composed of five members 
appointed by the Moderator. This committee shall prepare for the approval of the 
Association the names of individuals, provided these have been notified, and have given their 
consent, to serve on the folbwing committees: Nominating, Missions Development, Finance, 
Associational Properties, Assoclationa! Trustee. Evangelism, Council on Ordination of 
Ministers, Constitution of New Churches, Personnel, Stewardship Council and Music Council. 
It shall be the duty of this committee to name, for the approval of the Association, individuals 
to serve as representatives in the Association and to bring to the Associatton annual reports 
on the following causes: Baptist Hospital, Children's Home, Homes for the Aging. Annuity 
Board, ^blical Recorder, Christian Education. The Committee shall also provide for reports on 
Christian Stewardship, Memorials, Public Morals. Baptist Student Union of Appalachian State 
University, Association, State, Home and Foreign Missions, and other such reports as may be 
decerned nec^sary and desirable. 



SECTION 3. The ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE shall be composed of two 
lay members eleaed by each cooperating church, the pastors of such churches, the officers of 



the Association, and th e members of committees as prov ided for in Sectio ns I and 2 of this 
Article . Twenty members of this committee shall constitute a quorum to transact business, 
after such notice has been mailed or otherwise given to all members of the committee at 
least three days prior to the proposed meeting. The Executive Committee shall act as the 
Association ad interim. The Executive Committee shall meet once a quarter. Churches are 
requested to elect their lay member and to include their names and addresses in the 
associational letter. 

SECTION 4. The NOMINATING COMMITTEE shall be composed of six members serving 
a 3 year rotating term elected by the Association. The committee will nominate all Program 
Directors including the Clerk to be approved at the April Executive Committee Meeting. The 
Moderator and Vice-Moderator and all other nominations will be presented at the Annual 
Meeting. 

ARTICLE IV: Duties of Officers and Committees 

SECTION I . The Moderator shall be elected for a one-year term and cannot succeed 
himself after the second consecutive term. He shall pr^ide over the annual meeting of the 
Association and the meetings of the Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member 
of all committees. He shall be a fraternal visitor, counselor and advisor with the churches 
regarding their work during the year. The Moderator shall appoint the following committees 
in advance of the annual meeting: 

(a) A committee on Enrollment, which shall be composed of the members of the host 

church. The committee shall arrange for the r^istration of all m^engers and 
visitors at the annual meetings. 

(b) A committee composed of three members on Place and Preacher, whose duty it shall 

be to recommend to the Association the churches at which the Annual Sessions of 
the Association shall meet and the preachers for the annual sermons and their 
alternates. 

(c) A Committee on Resolutions composed of three members, which shall present to the 

Association resolutions expressing appreciation or sentiment on any matter chosen by 
the committee or directed by the Association. This committee shall receive ail 
resolutions presented to the Association and shall study them and make 
recommendations to the Association concerning them. 

(d) A Committee on Order of Business, which shall include the Moderator, Clerk, Host 

Pastors, and the Director of Missions. This committee shall prepare a program for 
the Annual Meeting and present a printed Suggested Order of Business at the 
b^inning of the Annual Meeting for its adoption. 
SECTION 2. The Vice Moderator shall be elected annually for a one-year and cannot 

succeed himself after the second consecutive term. He shall serve as Vice Chairman of the 

Executive Committee. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall be elected annually and may be re-elected for consecutive 
terms. The Clerk shall distribute blank letter forms to the clerks of churches affiliated with 
the Association. He or she shall keep an accurate record of the proceedings of the body in 
r^ular session, sessions of the Executive Committee and the Associational Council. The 
Clerk shall perform the services of statician, filling in from the church letters a digest of the 
record of the churches to be printed in the Annual. The Clerk shall arrange for the printing 
and distribution of the minutes of the Association as soon after the annual meeting as 
practicable. Compensatk^n will be determined by the Finance Committee. 

SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall be responsible to see that a proper accounting is made 
of all monies received and disbursed. The detailed accounting functions shall be accomplished 
by an associational financial secretary who will be employed by the Association. Duties of the 
Treasurer shall consist of, but not be limited to the following: 



(a) Receive reports, invoices and other documentation and then authorize the 

disbursement of associational funds by co-signing all checks. 

(b) Review the financial records and investigate any abnormality. 

(c) Assist the Finance Committee in providing an annual audit of the books and financial 
records of the Association. 

SECriON 5. The Financial Secretary's duties shall consist of, but not be limited to the 
following: 

(a) Keep a complete set of double entry accounting records for the financial activities of 
the Association. 

(b) Keep detailed individual contribution records and reconcile the detail to total receipts 
recorded in the accounting records. 

(c) Receive reports, invoices and other documentation and then prepare an co-sign checks 
to effect the disbursement of funds for al! proper expenditures which are within 
budget appropriations. 

(d) Prepare monthly financial reports in the format prescribed by the Finance Committee. 
(See Section 1 3) 

SECTION 6. The Music Director shall lead the sessions of the Association in worship 
through sacred hymn singing. In consultation with the Music Council and in consultation with 
the Order of Business Committee, appropriate music for the needs of the Association 
Meeting will be provided. The Music Direaor and The Association Music Council are 
charged with planning, coordinating, and evaluating the music program of the Association, 
which includes inspirational and educational (training) programs, in addition to the Music 
Director, the Music Council shall consist of three members, each serving a three year rotating 
term. The Music Council shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees. 

SECTION 7. The Director of Evangelism shall work with the churches and pastors of the 
Association to achieve a positive and effective pro-am of evangelism in each church. He shall 
lead in the promotion of simultaneous revivals in the Association when these are determined 
to be feasible and desirable by the Association or the Executive Committee and approved by 
them. All coordinated efbrts are to be subject to the approval of the Associational Executive 
Committee. 

SECTION 8. The Media Resource Director will be responsible for reviewing available 
materials conferring program leaders, purchasing, shelving and promoting the use of 
media r^ources through the Association's Media Library to assist the ministry of Three Forks' 
Churches. 

SECTION 9. The Camp joy Director shall administer Camp Joy and ^courage its use by 
the church^ and the organizations of the Association. The Director shall consult with and be 
assisted by the Missions Development Council in planning a program of aaivities and 
providing for the general use of the Camp. 

SECTION 10. The Organizattonal Leaders - Sunday School Director, Discipleship 
Supporter, WMU Director, Music Director, Brotherhood Director. Missions Development 
Director, Senior Adult Director and Singles Director shall lead in the promotion and 
development of the work of their respective organizations in the churches of the Association. 

SECTION 1 1 . The Aissociational Historian shall collect and put into some durable form all 
facts of Interest about each of the churches v^ich serve as host to the Association In Its 
annual s^ion. He shall endeavor to coilea and preserve historical mata ials relative to the 
churches and the work of the Association through the cooperation of North Carolina 
Historical Collection at Wake Forest University. 

SECTION 12. The Associational Council shall consist of all associational program leaders 
including the moderator, clerk, finance chairperson and others designated by the council from 
time to time to facilitate the function of the council. It will be the responsibility of the 
Director of Missions to be the Executive Secretary to the Associational Council. The council 
will do annual planning based on planning guidelines, including the Association's purpose and 



objealves. The annua! plan, sncludsng calendar, will be presented to the Association for 
approval. Program leaders will plan their activiti^ based on the needs of the churches and 
appropriate materials from the state convention and Southern Baptist Convention program 
counterparts. It shall be the duty of this council to: 

(a) Coordinate and help promote all phas^ and activities of the Associational program. 

(b) Realize that council member serve the entire Association as v/ell as the interest of their 
organization/program . 

(c) Prepare plans and recommendations for participation in the work of the Association. 

(d) Lead the respective organizations and/or committees to carry out actions agreed upon. 

(e) Prepare annual budget proposals and present them to the finance committee. 

(f) The Director of Missions shall be accountable to the Associational Council and the 

Council shall develop and review from time to time with the Director of Missions 
guidelines of fob descriptions for the office of Director of Missions. In addition, the 
Council shall serve as a sounding board for all matters involving the Director of 
Missions including the hearing of any grievances to facilitate harmony within the 
Association and shall report to the Executive Committee and the Association any 
recommendations as a result. 

(g) The office of Director of Misssons shall be filled upon recommendation of the 
Associational Council and by a two-thirds majority of the messengers voting at the 
annua! meeting. In case of a vacancy when the Association is not in session, the 
Moderator shall call a special meeting to hear a recommendation from the 
Associational Council for filling the vacancy by the metfiod herein stated. By virtue of 
the office the Director of Missions shall be considered m officer of the Association and 
an ex officio of all committees unless otherwise stipulated. The services of the 
Director of Missions shall continue so long as the relationship is mutually agreeable. 

(h) Report to the council, the Executive Committee and die Association on actions and 
results. The counciS will meet at least once a quarter. 

SECTION 13. The Finance Committee shall supervise the financial affairs of the 
Association and evaluate and make appropriate recommendations to the Association in 
conference for proper aaion to accomplish the financial requirements of, but not limit<^ to, 
the following: 

(a) See that proper internal accounting controls are established and maintained to provide 
reasonable assurance as to the safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized 
use or disposition, and the reliability of fH^ancia! records for preparing financial 
statements and maintaining accountability for assets. 

(b) See that a complete double entry set of accounting records are maintained by the 
associational Treasurer and Financial Secretary. 

(c) Prepare and submit a goal budget to the Association at tlie annual meeting of the 
Association. 

(d) To endeavor to secure the cooperation of the church^ in raising the budget. 

(e) Amend the budget amount line items as need arises to meet the financial requirements 
of the Association. Ail line items budget amendments wilt be presented to tJ'ie 
Association at the next succeeding Executive Committee meeting for its information. 
(Budget amendments to increase the total budget do not fall within the authority of 
the Finance Committee and can be approved only by the Executive Committee. 

(f) Engage an independent certified public accountant to examine the annual financial 
statements of the Association in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, 
and to provide to the annual meeting of the Association an audit of the books and 
financial records of the Association. 

(g) Review proposed contracts and commitments in excess of $1,000.00 to be entered 
Into by the Association and evaluate the costs involved. 



(h) Review the cash availability and cash flow and advise and assist the Association 
Treasurer in accomplishing proper money management. The Treasurer of the 
Association shall be an ex officio member of the Finance Committee. The chairman of 
the Finance Committee shall have the authority to sign checks disbursing associational 
funds in the absence of the associational Treasurer. 

(i) The Committee shall meet at least once per quarter. 

SECTION 14. The Associational Properties Committee shall be composed of three (3) 
members elected as provided for in Article Hi. Section 2. It shall have general oversight of the 
associational office with its equipment and supplies, and over Camp Joy. It shall make 
recommendations to the Finance Committee and to the Association or Executive Committee 
on matters relating to the upkeep of Associational properties. The committee shall have 
general oversight to see that approved repairs and improvements are effected. The 
committee shall meet at least once per quarter. 

SECTION 15. The Personnel Committee shall be composed of three members elected for 
a three year rotating term. They shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to: 

(a) Develop or review guidelines or job descriptions of ail personnel of the Association, 
with the ©(ception of the Director of Missions. 

(b) Recommend replacements or additions to the staff, with the exception of the Director 
of Missions. 

(c) Serve as a sounding board for ail personnel matters (among them, work schedules, 
vacations, sick leave, and fringe benefits). 

(d) Recommend to the Finance Committee renumeratlon for all staff members. 

(e) Review annually the performance with each employee, review any grievances, and 
otherwise seek to promote harmonious relationships among ail employees of the 
Association. 

SECTION 16. There shall be three (3) Trustees eSeaed for a term of three years each, 
but terms shall rotate so that one member is elected each year, as previously herein provided. 
It shall be the duty of the Trustees to act as legal representatives of the Association in all 
matters relating to law, and to sign all i€^ai documents as directed by the Association, or the 
Executive Committee, to hold in trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the 
Association, and to exercise the power, under instruction of the Association or Executive 
Committee, to hold, buy, sell, and convey property, both real and personal and to sign all 
papers necessary for tf-ie purchase of conveyance. 

SECTION 1 7. The Council on Ordination of Ministers shall be a committee of six (6) 
elected for a tliree year rotating term. They will be nominated by the Committee on 
Committer. They shall consult with and give guidance and aid to churches who desire to 
ordain ministers (ordinarily, ordination only occurs v4ien one is called to a definite field of 
labor). By invitation, they w1l8 serve as an examining council, and through prayerful and 
sympathetic - but searching inquiry, look into the candidate's soundness of his conversion, 
certainty of his call, adequacy of his preparation, quality of his character, steadfastness of his 
loyalty to the Christian body, and his desire to be a "good Minist^ of Jesus Christ." There 
shoukl ordinarily be a sufficient lapse of time between examination and ordination so that no 
embarrassment will be felt should the candidate's request be denied or postponed. 

SECTION 18. The Committee on the Constitutton of New Churches shall be a 
Committee of three (3) elected for a three year rotating term. They shall be nominated by 
the Committee on Committees. They will consult with and give guidance and aid to churches 
which anticipate membership in the Association. Churches desiring membership in the 
Association will proceed according to the following guidelines: 

(a) Presentation of a petitionary letter at the April Executive Committee Meeting of the 
Association. 



(b) The Setter of petition shall be referred by the Executive Committee to the Committee 
on the Constitution of New Churches. 

(c) The Committee on the Constitution of New Churches will bring a recommendation to 
the Annual Meeting of the Association in August, after a meeting or meetings with the 
petitioning church. 

(d) if a favorable recommendation is brought by the committee and approved by the 
messengers to the Annual Meeting, petitioning church will be under the watchcare of 
the Association for one year (further discussions with the committee might take place 
during the watchcare year). 

The Committee on the Constitution of New Churches will request the following information 
from churches desiring membership in the Association. 

(a) A petitionary letter requesting membership in the Association. 

(b) A statement (copy) of the charter refleaing belief and practices, or minutes of the 
organizational meeting of the church. 

(c) A statement of the purpose (reason) for wanting to become a part of the Association. 

(d) A statement of intention of cooperation and support of associational. state, and 

worldwide missions of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

(e) Odier items of mutual interest of the petitioning church and the Associational Council. 
SECTION 19. The Mission Development Council shall be composed of not less than six 

(6) persons elected for a three-year rotating term. It shall be the duty of this council to: 

(a) Call the church to be on mission. 

(b) Provide resources and servici^ to churches and leaders. 

(c) Train, develop and encourage church and associational workers. 

(d) Provide opportunities for working together in missions, ministry, growth and 
evangelism. 

(e) Establish and maintain appropriate communications and relationships with the 
community and denomination. 

SECTION 20. The Stewardship Council shall be composed of three (3) persons, one 

which will be the Director. The two council members will be elected f6t a two year rotating 

term. They will be nominated by the Committee on Committees. It shall be the duty of this 
Council to provide Stewardship Conference and training opportunities and to encourage the 
churches to increase their missions giving and involvement. 

SECTION 2 1 . The Family Ministry Council shall be composed of three (3) persons elected 
for one year term. They will be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The council will 
be made up of a Senior Adult Director and Single Adult Director Each director's duties are 
described in their job description. 

SECTION 22. The Associational Worship Consultant shall be nominated by the Nominating 
Committee The Worship Consultant will be an ad hoc member of the Association Council 
helping to advise and direct the Association by materials, conferences, etc. on developing 
trends in worship. 



ARTICLE V: Amendments 

This Constitution may be changed or amended at the Annual Meeting by a vote of two- 
thirds of the members present, provided notice of the change be read at tiie Annual Meeting 
during the first day. 



BYLAWS 



1 . The Association sha!! convene annually Tuesday and Wednesday following the third 
Sunday in Oaober unless otha^ise determined by the Association or Executive Committee. 

2. The Associational year shall be^gin October 1st each year and close September 30 of 
the following year. 

3. The written reports of this body, with the exception of the Executive Committee and 
the Director of Missions, shall be limited to 500 words, in case a report is longer, the clerk is 
hereby authorized to revise the report, maintaining the salient facts. 

4. The officers and committees of the Association shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in the preparation of an Associational Calendar of Activities to be presented at the 
Annual Meeting, vvinlch shall be made available to each church of the Association. 

5. The expenses incurred by the Clerk In printing the minutes and preparing the statistical 
report, the Committee on Order of Business in printing their suggested program, and all 
promotional expenses authorized by the Association shall be paid by the Treasurer. Ten 
copies of the Book of Reports and Annual Minutes will be provided by the Association for 
each church. Additional copies v/tl! be provided on a purchase basis. 

6. There shall be an Evangelism Committee, consisting of three rotating members, to 
assist the Director of Evangelism in carrying out the duties listed in Articie IV, Section 7. 

7. No individual or committee shall commit the Association to sponsor any program or 
speaker until budgetary arrangements have been made and approved by the Executive 
Committee. 

8. These bylaws may be changed at any session by a vote of majority of the messengers 
present. 



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Registration 



AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION 
34 Churches; 1 30 Messengers; 1 79 Total Registration 

MORNING SESSION 
29 Churches: 98 Messengers; 1 39 Total Registration 



Proceedings 

of the 
IS6th Annual Session 
Three Forks Baptist Association 
AFTERNOON SESSION 

1 . The meeting convened with Rev. Doug Robinson reading Scripture and leading in 

prayer. 

2. Rev. Chuck Edmondson, pastor Willowdale, welcomed those present. 

3. Rev. Don Holder, pastor Mount Cah/ary, led in singing "O Worship die King." 

4. Rev. Harold Bennett, Moderator, called the 1 56th Annual Session to order. 

5. The printed Order of Business was adopted, changing the General Board Report to 
a later time. 

6. At roll call, thirty-two churches were represented. 

7. Rev. Ken Boaz, Director of Missions, gave the Associational Council Report. 

8. Dr. George Miles, Chairman, gave the Nominating Committee report, moving its 
adoption; motion carried. 

9. Rev. Herbert Hash, Prison Chaplain, moved the adoption of his report; motion 
carried. Mr. Duncan Butler, an inmate, gave his testimony and sang for the congregation. 

10. Rev. Boaz recognized Rev. Tom Lolley, Area Missionary, to bring the afternoon 
message. 

1 1. The Moderator called for nominations for new Moderator and Vice-Moderator. 
Mr. Dennis Greene, Greenway, nominated Rev. Gordon Rawls (current Vice-Moderator). 
Rev. Hubert McCoy gave the second. Nominations ceased and vote taken by acclamation; 
nomination carried. 

12. The Moderator called for nominations for the new Vice-Moderator. Rev. Bud 
Russell, Mount Vernon, nominated Rev. Don Holder, Mount Calvary. Nominations ceased 
and vote taken by acclamation; nomination carried. 

1 3. The following reports were adopted: Children's Homes, Baptist Hospital, and 
Baptist Retirement Homes. 

14. Mr. Dennis Greene, Treasurer, gave his report and moved its adoption; motion 

carried. 

15. Mrs. Pat Vines, Chairperson Finance Committee, pressed the budget for 
adoption. The budget was approved as printed. 

16. The congre^tlon sang "Viaory In Jesus." 



17. During miscellaneous business, the Moderator reviewed the proposed changes in 
the Constitution as printed in the Book of Reports. The vote is to be taken the second day 
of Annual Meeting. 

18. The General Board report was addressed by Rev. J.G. Early, Board representative. 

19. A church programs panel including Rev. Richard Miller, Sunday School Director; 
Mrs. Blanche Roberts, Discipleship Supporter; Rev. Darrell Bare, Discipleship Co-Supporter; 
and Mrs. Kathy Butler, Church Music, highlighted events in their program areas. 

20. Mr. Earl Greene, Historian, read a history of Wjifowdale Church. 

2 1 . Rev. Richard Miller led in singing 'The Solid Rock." 

22. Rev, Gary Watson, pastor Tabernacle, read Scripture and led in prayer. 

23. Rev. David Higginbotham. pastor Perkinsville, brought the Annua! Message. 

24. Rev. Darrell Bare presented a special recognition for Mrs. Blanche Roberts for her 
years of service to the Association and dedicated the Annual Minutes in her honor. 

25. Dr. Steven Carreker presented a special recognition for Rev. Earl Pyn, a former 
Director of Missions, to whom the Annual is given in memorium. Rev. Pyn passed away 
June 20. 1996. 

26. Mr. Jerry Henson, Willowdale, led in prayer and thanksgiving for the evening meal. 

EVENING SESSION 

27. The Boone Mennoriite Brethren Choir brought special music. 

28. New pastors recognized included: Rev. Homer Murdock, South Fork; Rev. Steven 
Leashomb, Pleasant Grove; Rev. Kenny Corn, Brushy Fork; Rev. Chuck Edmondson, 
Willowdale; Rev. Doug Robinson, Cove Creek; Kevin Knight, Mount Vernon Youth Minister; 
and Rev. Vernon Eller, Stony Fork. 

29. A missions panel including Mrs. Nora Wilson, Missions Development Chairman; 
Mr. Bob Shields. Brotherhood Dir^or; and Mrs. Judy Branch, WMU Director, highlighted 
work in their missions areas. 

30. Skip Greene spoke about the Ukraine Partnership, 

3 1 . Rev. Steven Leashomb spoke about the New York Partnership. 

32. Rev. Don Rogers spoke about the South Africa Partnership. 

33. Mrs. Ann Cook, Director Boone Crisis Pregnancy Center, spoke about their work 
in this country. 

34. Mr. Roy Holder moved we place an appropriate page in the Annual Minutes in 
memory of Rev. Earl Pyn. 

35. Rev. Ken Boaz gave the Director of Missions report. 

36. Rev. Trevor Eayrs, visaing pastor from South Africa, brought the Evening Message. 

37. Rev. CO. Vance closed the evening s^ion in prayer. 

MORNING SESSION 

38. The morning session opened with "Love Lifted Me." 

39. Rev. Homer Murdock, pastor South Fork, read Scripture and led in prayer. 

40. Mr. John Johnson, Proffit's Grove, wekomed those present. 

4 1 . Twenty-nine churches were represented at the roll call. 

42. Mr. Earl Greene, Historian, read a history of Proffit's Grove. 



43. The following reports were adopted: Foreign Missions Annuity Board, Baptist 
Foundation, Public Morals, Home Missions. Christian Literature, and Christian Education. 

44. Rev. Dean Coffey, Chairman, addressed the Christian Stewardship report and 
moved its adoption; motion carried. 

45. Mrs. Sue McGhinnis, Clerk, read a listing of the memorials and Mr. LeRoy Harris, 
Stony Fork, led in prayer, 

46. There v^as no Camp Joy report. 

47. Mr. Bud Fisher, BSU Campus Director, addressed and moved the adoptton of his 
written report; motion carried. 

48. Mr. Tom Moore gave the Resort Area Ministries (RAM) report. 

51. During miscellaneous business, the Constitutional changes were approved as 
follows: 

All Article ! changes were approved upon a motion and second; Article III, 
Section 2 and 3 changes were approved upon a motion and second; 

Article III. Section 4 is corrected to read: "...The committee will nominate all 
Program Directors (Including the Clerk) to be approved at the April Executive 
Committee Meeting. The Moderator and Vice-Moderator and all other nominations 
will be presented at tJie Annual Meeting. " Article ill, Season 4 was approved with 
this correction. 

Article IV. Section 3, 4, 8, 9, 10. 21, 22, and Article V changes were approved 
upon a motion and second. 

Bylaw 4 and S changes were approved upon a motion and second. 

52. Rev. Holder quc^ioned tl'ie praaice of sending ten copies of the Annual Minutes if 
a church does not need that many. Mrs. McGhinnis said that each church only receives as 
many Annuals as they request. 

53. Rev. Boaz addressed the issue of using the Book of Reports as part of the Annual 
Minutes so that the information received at the Annual Meeting Is not duplicated in the Annual 
Minutes. The Annual Minutes would contain ail information currently compiled less the 
information in the Book of Reports. Both books will be printed in house. Rev. Russell called 
for the qu^ion. Rev. Boaz's sugg^ion carried upon a motion and second. 

54. Rev. Early addressed the selection of our General Board delegates. We now have 
sixteen representatives, but will have only eleven under new procedures for selection to be 
voted on at the November meeting. This change will make itje selection process more fair 
across the state. 

55. Rev. Lamar Kmg> pastor Boone, First, moved we albw Dr. and Mrs. George Miles 
to review and correct the Grammatical errors in the Bylaws of the Constitution and allow the 
Executive Committee to authorize the changes; motion carried upon a second. 

56. Mrs. Bertha Robinson moved the adoption of the Committee on Committees 
report; motion carried upon a second. 

57. Greenway Baptist Church Senior Adult Choir brought special music and the 
congrc^tion sang "Send the Light." 

58. Rev. Don Holda*. pastor Mount Calvary, brought the Annual Sermon. (Dr. Carson 
had not yet arrived.) 

59. Rev. Gordon Raw?s gave the Place and Preacher report as follows: 

The 1 998 Armual Session of the Three Forks Association will be held with 
Mount Vernon Baptist Church, with Rev. Herbert McCoy preaching and Rev. 



Homer Murdock as the afternate The second day's session will be held with 
Meat Camp Baptist Church, with Rev. Doug Robinson and Rev. Vernon Eller as 
the alternate. 
The report was adopted. 

60. Rev. Richard Miller gave the Resolutions Committee report; adopted upon the 

vote. 

61. Rerv. Bennett gave the Executive Committee report and moved its adoption; 
motion carried. 

62. The Greenway Senior Choir again sang. 

63. Rev. Paul Coffey. Gap Creek read Scripture and led in prayer. 

64. Rev. Logan Carson, South^istern Baptist Theological Seminary, brought the 
inspirational m«^sage. 

65. Rev. Bennett pronounced the 156th Annua! Meeting closed and passed the gravel 
to the new moderator. 

66. Mr. Tim Moretz, Proffit s Grove, gave the benediction and thanksgiving for the 

meal. 



Wilfowdale Baptist Church 



Many of the churches in this area have handwritten minutes dating back to their 
inception, but this body had the misfortune of having theirs believed to be burned in a fire 
some time after its beginning. It has been my efforts to piece together as much of that 
history as v/as possible in the hopes of preserving it for the future. 

It is generally believed that a "travelling" preacher entered the valley and held a revival 
meeting in the Willowdale Schoolhouse, which also housed a fraternal organization on the 
second floor. After this revival, Willowdale Baptist Church was organized on February 25, 
191 1 by I.J. McGhinnis and E.M. Gragg. On February II, 191 1. Brushy Fork Baptist Church 
records that "Brother S.L. Fox made application for letters of dismission for the following 
brethren to wit to constitute a church at Willowdale ~ David Dugger, Lena (Tena) Blair, S.L. 
Fox, Filmore Fox, Lafayett Fox, John Norris. Susan Norris, Avery Norris, Martha Adams, 
James Blair, Harriet Blair, David Fox, Carmilla Fox, and James Hayes." From Cove Creek 
Baptist Church, Saturday, February 18, 1911, item #2 reads as follows: "On motion the 
following Brethren and Sisters were granted letters of dismission for the purpose of organizing 
Willowdale Baptist Church to wit: Elvira Holtsclaw, Jack Smith, Mae D. Smith, Essie Hayes, 
Mattie Holtsclaw, Mary E. Dugger, Nancy M. Dugger, Addie Brinkley, Waldo Elliott, B.S. 
Dugger, M.J. Dugger, M.C. Dugger, John G. Dugger, Annie Dugger, and W.E. Dugger." This 
newly organized body continued to hold services in the schoolhouse until 1923-24. On 
August 31, 1 9 1 1 , in a meeting at Mount Calvary in Avery County, Willowdale joined the 
Three Forks Baptist Association and has remained a faithful member since. 

The first pastor of this church was S.L. Fox, and B.S. Dugger served as the first clerk. 
J.W. Blair was the first messenger to the Association. The first building was located on 
property where Elmo Hicks' barn now stands across the creek. According to the first 
Associational records there were 8 received by letter, 8 restored, 1 died, 2 1 males and 24 
females for a total of 45 members. The value of the property was listed as $200.00. The 
first financial records state that $.50 was given for the minute fund, pastor's salary was 
$28.54, building and repairs $55.00, $3.00 for incidentals, and $13.00 was given for the poor, 
thus we see it has been a mission-minded body from the beginning. Today the membership 
Is recorded at 1 92. 

The first Sunday School reports that J.W. Blair was Superintendent, had 7 officers and 
teachers, 91 scholars, was open 12 months of the year, averaged 57 in attendance and had an 
expense of $1 1.20. The Sunday School enrollment today is 165 with an average attendance 
of 108. In 1925, BYPU. BTU. and CT were organized. 

On April 29, 1924, it is recorded that W.J. Mast and wife, J.A., deeded 7537 square 
feet of land for the building of the first church. This is recorded in Book 3 1 , P. 278. This 
building was made of wood and painted white. It had Sunday School rooms at the west end 
of the building witi) folding doors and other Sunday School rooms across the back. 

A second deed was made by Tom Lawrence and wife Lucy on December 30, 1946 for 
4 acres. This is recorded in Book 64 p. 42. 

A third deed was made by Rodney Isaacs on July 25, 1952 for 2 acres of land. This is 
recorded in Book 71, p. 215. 

The third building was made of brick and was constructed in 1960/62 and underwent 
some remodeling in 1995/96. In the special dedication service held on December 22, 1962, 
gold-plated offering plates and candelabra, which were given by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of 



Lenoir, were dedicated. A piano, which was given by the late R.M. Mills, was also dedicated. 
Ap interesting faa about the piano was that Mr. Mills, who was blind, chose a black Steinway 
and then stipulated that it remain black which has been honored. At that time the building 
cost was listed at approximately $25,000.00. This did not reflect the community labor and 
supervision by the late Clint Mast and the gifts of materials at reduced prices. At that time 
Rev. E.O. Gore was pastor. The recent remodeling included upgrading a sound system, 
building a choir loft, adding frontal space and new classrooms, installing a new heating and air 
condition system — all debt free. Also, a parsonage and a fellowship hall had been previously 
constructed. 

The pastors who have served thiis body include S.L. Fox, J.J.L. Sherwood, George W, 
Trivette, M.A. Adams, A.J. Greene, E.G. Hodges, R.C. Eggers, L.A. Hurst, W.O. Gordon, J.A. 
McKaughan, W.R. Davis, Roby Painter, F.C. Watts, G.A. Hamby, Ben Lee Ray, C.O. Vance, 
E.O. Gore, Maurice Cooper, James E. Branch, Carl Poston, Cannon Ward, Howard Hodges, 
Eugene Byrd, Kenneth Bryant, and today ~ Chuck Edmondson — the new man on the block 
from near Charlotte. 

The Association held its meeting with this body in 1947, I960, and again today, 1996. 
This lovely building and grounds stand to reflect the love and pride of the people in 
this community and their dedication to God. We are pleased to be here today. 

Earl Greene, Historian 
1996 



Proffit*s Grove Baptist Church 

In the Meat Camp Baptist Church minutes it is recorded that on April 20, 1912 a 
committee made up of W.T. Proffit, J.L. Lewis, and S.S. Norris was appointed to take 
subscriptions to build a church house at the head of Meat Camp and report at the next 
meeting. It was reported that there was sufficient need for a church and plans would 
proceed under the watchful eye of the mother church — Meat Camp. A committee 
consisting of J.L. Lewis, Clyde Greene, and Jonathan Norris was appointed on May 15, 1920 
to complete the building. A building site was sought and J.C. Proffit and wife, Cornelia 
donated a plot of land to the Missionary Baptist Church on the head waters of Meat Camp, 
along with one-half interest in the spring and fountain. This deed is recorded as having been 
made on the 29th day of November, 1920. Apparently work on the building did proceed 
because on October 20, 1921 CM. Proffit. J.L. Miller, Sarah Miller, M.A. Miller, Lloyd Miller, 
Pearl Hodgson, Floy Proffit, Liza Winebarger, Minnie Proffit, A. Dancy, Bell Dancy, Henry 
Proffit, Emma Proffit, Emma Winebarger, G.C. Winebarger, Ada Winebarger, Joe Miller, Mary 
Miller, Sarah Greene, Holly Norris, J.C. Norris, J.C. Proffit, Nellie Proffit, Ella Bryan, S.S. 
Norris and Viana Davis were granted letters of dismission from Meat Camp Church for the 
purpose of organizing a Missionary Baptist Church mission. A representative from Meat 
Camp was to be present at the business sessions and then the minutes were to be read and 
approved by the mother church until sufficient strength for a full constitution was evidenced. 
On October 22, 1921, Meat Camp Church minutes records that the minutes from the arm at 
the head of Meat Camp were read and approved. On November 27, 1921, a meeting was 
held for the purpose of organizing a Missionary Baptist Church. The presbytery consisted of 



Rev. L.C. Wilson, Chairman, Rev. L.A. Wilson, Pastor, H.S. Jones, Deacon from Meat Camp, 
and J. A. Winebarger, Church Clerk. Upon the examination of the Articles of Faith and 
Church Covenant, the organization was effected and declared an Orthodox Missionary Baptist 
Church. Upon motion and unanimous consent, the church was named ProfRt's Grove. The 
first Committee, appointed by the new body, was to superintend the seating and finish the 
interior of the building. This was successfully declared finished on November 25. 1922 and 
the total value of the church property was listed as $900.00. 

In April 1926, Brother J.C. Proffit donated a plot of land north of the church for a 
cemetery, and in 1938 Mrs. Pearl Hodgson gave a pulpit Bible. From this body have come 
many community leaders, professional and business men , as well as some ordained ministers. 

The Three Forks Association welcomed Proffit's Grove Into its membership on August 
30, 1922 at a meeting with the Timbered Ridge Baptist Church. Even though the church 
continued to grow, the Association did not hold its annual meeting with Proffit's Grove until 
1982. Today is only the second time in its history to be host to the annual meeting. 

A distinct pride has been taken throughout the years in the care and upkeep of the 
church and its grounds, in 1926, the building suffered damage caused by a fire but was 
quickly repaired. A bell was purchased in 1929. At one time baptismal services were held in 
the creek in the front of the building, but that body of water has since been tiled and a 
baptistry is used today. A bus ministry was added to the outreach of the body. 

On July 22, 1979, it was voted to move the old building and construa a new one in its 
place. Hugh McKinney, John Johnson, and Corbit Bryan served as the building committee. 
This beautiful sanctuary is truly a functional building with ail the modem conveniences. In 
1993, a fellowship hall and additional Sunday School rooms were added. 

Interesting anecdotes through the years can be enjoyed by all congr^ations. On one 
occasion, a revival meeting was being held. The two ministers were working quite hard with 
this lady to get her to change her destiny and intense questioning and urging pursued. Each 
question received the same answer - "I don't know." Exasperated, the visiting minister asked 
her if she didn't know, then who did? She answered once more ~ "I don't know. It's just 
trouble, trouble, trouble - the church on one hand and the law on the other." It is assumed 
that ail ended well. As in ail early churches, many cases of discipline are recorded in the 
minutes. 

A total of twenty-one pastors have served this body with Rev. Delmar James presently 
serving. The membership of 46 recorded in 1922 has now grown to 304. The first property 
value of $900.00 has grown to $225,000.00. The first Sunday School enrolled 75 but today 
has an enrollment of 1 18 with an average attendance of 120. Proffit's Grove has been a 
mission-minded church since its inception. Many instances of this are recorded in its minutes 
— cooperative giving, helping neighbors, cooperating in Associational work, etc. Even in the 
"lean" year of 1929, it is recorded that the pastor's salary was increased to $61.80, $17.31 
was spent on literature, the membership weis 83 and the average Sunday School attendance 
was 54. It is also recorded that $8.30 was given to the poor and the Cooperative Program 
received $36.04. This is further proof that the church has remained mission minded. 

This lovely sanctuary is indicative of the lovely congregation it houses. It has served as 
a lighthouse for these many years and a strength for all who have passed this way. Truly It is 
a tribute to the true God whom they serve and to those who so faithfully serve Him. 

Earl Greene, Historian 
1996 



Historical Events 



BOONE, FIRST: Celebrated !25th Anniversary September i, 1996; building new offices, 
entrance way; installing elevator and new pipe organ; called new Minister of 
Youth, Coll^, and Family Ministries; called a new Financial Secretary. 

SHULLS MILLS: Dedicated Fellowship Hal! on August 29, 1996 in memory of Ray Clark, Carl 
Giles, and Claude Shore. 

SOUTH FORK: In second phase of building plan; the new sanctuary is almost finished; started 
Children's Church with Don & Martha Presnesl! as Directors; had four classes 
of "Experiencing God," licensed Derrick Norris to ministry. 

ZIONVILLE: New addition built on Fellowship Building; extra parking area added and entire 
area paved. 



Messengers to the Annual Meeting 

BEECH VALLEY - Rev Bill Warren, Mrs Pauline Brown. Mr Roscoe Brown, Mrs Libby Warren 
BETHEL - Mrs Rachel Shivel, Mrs Carolyn Ficklin, Mrs Fairy Lee Coffey. Rev Dean Coffey, 

Mrs Irene Farthing, Mrs Freida Long, Mr Fred Shivel 
BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Rev Don C Rogers 

BRUSHY FORK ~ Rev Kenneth A Corn. Mrs Ginger H Corn, Mrs Wanda C Fox. Mrs Maxine 
Hollars. Mrs Lora G Hollar. Mrs Reba Brooks, Mr Lee Anderson. Mrs Nancy B Greer 

CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs Anita Pennell, Mrs Rachel Townsend, Mrs Barbara Smith. Mrs Elvene 
Tester 

COOL SPRINGS - Mrs Mabel Bowman. Rev Rick Turbyfill, Mrs Sharon Bryant 

COVE CREEK - Mr Dean R Swift. Mrs Juanita V Swift. Mrs Nora M Wilson. Mr Dale A 

Johnson, Mrs Sandra G Johnson, Mr Jeremy P Johnson, Mr Charles Rominger. 

Rev Douglas Robinson, Mrs Marie C Robinson 
EMMANUEL - Mr Hugh Miller, Mr Carl Tuttle, Mrs Pattie Tuttle, Mr Sammy Church, Mrs 

Shirley Church, Rev & Mrs Joe Bievins 
GAP CREEK - Mr Charles Cheek. Mrs Delia Cheek, Mrs Mabel Wellborn 
GREENWAY - Rev D Harold Bennett, Jr, Mrs. Blanche K Roberts, Rev Richard Miller, Mrs 

Bertha Robinson. Mr. John B Robinson. Mr / Mrs Walter Brewer, Mrs Peggy Trivett, 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr Bob Shields. Mrs Burton Shields. Mrs Faye Greene. Mrs Pearl 

Norris, Mrs Helen Brown 
LAUREL FORK - Dr David E Browning, Mrs Lamena Browning. Mr Gaither Greene, Mr Akon 

Taylor, Mr & Mrs Bill Miller 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mr & Mrs Lewis Thomas, Mrs Elma Trivette. Mrs Barbara Waters, Mrs 

Grace Gre^e, Mrs Katie Hampton 
MABEL - Mr Lewis Burkett. Mrs Peggy Burkett, Mr Vernon Shelton, Mrs Geneva Shelton 
MEAT CAMP - Rev Herbert McCoy, Mr Earl Greene, Mr Bill Clawson, Mrs Jean McCoy, Mrs 

Nora Greene, Mr Chester Jones 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr Herbert Hampton, Mrs Nettie Hampton, Mrs Roseanna Hayes, 

Rev Elliott Hayes 



MOUNT CALVARY - Ms Uuna Carender, Ms Lavola Carender 

MOUNT VERNON - Rev Allan Blume. Rev Bud Russell, Mr Kevin Knight, Mr Blake Pace, 
Mrs Lynn Pace, Mrs Betty Russell, Mr Brent Beach, Mrs Barbara Beach, Mr Finley 
Hodges, Mrs Linda Hodges 

OAK GROVE - Mr Brent Hodges, Mr Billy Martin, Mrs Kathleen Ward. Mrs Mabel Berry 

PERKINSVILLE - Rev David J Higginbotham, Mrs Carolyn Higginbotham, Mrs Nannie Edmisten 

PLEASANT GROVE ~ Mrs Sue McGhinnis, Mr Tom Cook, Mrs Beulah Sanders, Mrs Donna 
Greer, Mrs Wilma Cook, Mr Ronnie Hayes, Mrs Jackie Lav^irence 

POPLAR GROVE - Mrs Marie Critcher, Mrs Margie Townsend, Mr Ernest Dancy 

PROFFIT'S GROVE - Mr John Johnson. Mr Jim Bryan. Mr Ralph Proffit 

RICH MOUNTAIN - Mr Doug McNeil. Ms Jane Penley 

RUTHERWOOD - Rev Daryl Beck, Mrs Glenola Clemens, Mr Boyden O Atwood. 

Mrs Geiene A Atwood, Mrs Edna Eason, Mrs Annie Sain 
SHULLS MILLS - Rev & Mrs Archie Clawson. Mr & Mrs Kenny Isaacs 
SOUTH FORK - Mrs Mary Risk. Mrs Jo Ann Jones, Mr & Mrs Leslie Norris 
STONY FORK - Mr Riley Greene, Mr Leroy Harris, Mr James Brown, Mrs Sandra Blankenship 
TABERNACLE - Mrs Delia Cook, Mrs Helen Moretz, Mrs Vertie Watson, Mrs Joyce Waters 
THREE FORKS - Rev Darrell Bare, Mrs Helen E Trexler. Mrs Ruby S Michael. Mrs Edith 

Brookshire, Mrs Christine B Harmon 
UNION - Rev Bill Warren. Mrs Denise Smith 

ZION HILL - Mrs Wanda Vines, Mr Tommy Joe Ward. Mr Bill Harmon 
ZIONVILLE - Mrs Lucille Miller, Mrs Emogene Miller, Mrs Ella V/ilson, Mrs Pearl W Martin. 
Mr James R Martin 



Association Officers Directory 



BROTHERHOOD 
Director 

Rev Steve Leashomb. 1564 Silverstone Rd. Zionvilfe 28698 297-5778 

Baptist Men Director 

Mr Skip Greene, 102 Appalachian St. Boone 28607 262-! 072 

RA Direaor 
CAMP JOY 

Director 

Rev Doug Robinson, 846 Old US Hwy 421, Sugar Grove 28679 297-3869 

Committee 

Mr Steven Moody. 422 LinviHe Creek Rd. Vilas 28692 297-1366 

Mr Kevin Miller, 918 Aho Rd. Blowing Rock 28605 295-3153 

Mr JaiTies Uwrence, 520 Odes Wilson Rd, Zionville 28698 297-1 324 

Mrs Mary Ann Lawrence, 1 33 Leah Drive, Boone 28607 264-3934 

Mrs Carolyn Adams, P O Box 126. Sugar Grove 28679 297-2403 

Rev Steve Leashomb, 1564 Silverstone Rd. Zionville 28698 297-5778 

CLERK 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Rd, Sugar Grove 28679 297-1510 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Rev Ken Boaz, 513 Jefferson Rd, Boone 28607 264-4482 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

Supporter 

Rev Darrel! Bare, 548 Daniel Boone Dr Ext, Boone 28607 262-1307 

Co-Supporters 

Rev Herbert Hash, 172 Anne Marie Dr, Boone 28607 264-2586 

Mrs Gail Bennett. 148 Cedarwood Heights, Boone 28607 264-4188 

EVANGELISM 
Director 

Rev Chuck Edmondson, 163 Westside Dr, Vilas 28692 297-1919 

Committee 

Rev Herbert McCoy. 246 Meat Camp Church Rd. Boone 28607 ........ 262-0373 

Rev Paul Coffey, P O Box 17. Deep Gap. 28618 264-0638 

Rev Doug Robinson, 846 Old US Hwy 421, Sugar Grove 28679 297-3869 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Dr Jack Lawrence. Sr. 133 Leah Dr. Boone 28607 264-3934 

Mrs Susan Winkler. P O Box 3622, Boone 28607 265-3855 

Mr Bob Washburn. 148 Deer Run Rd, Boone 28607 264-3434 

Mrs Vee Critcher. Rt I Box 581, Boone 28607 264-3004 

Mr John Carwile. 845 Glen Cove Lane. Boone 28607 264-6329 

Mrs Keeta Norris, 139 Harley Perry Rd. Ztonville. 28698 297-4028 

HISTORIAN 

Mr Earl Greene, 1 19 Earl Greene Rd. Boone 28607 264-8503 



MEDIA DIRECTOR 

Ms Eariene Campbell, I7S Ridgewood Rd, Boone 28607 264-4628 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 
Director 

Mrs Nora Wilson, 466 Odes Wilson Rd. Zionville, 28698 297-2028 

Committee 

Mrs Betty Greene, 3179 Hwy 421 South, Boone 28607 264-4647 

Mrs Mary Norris, 1705 North Fork Rd, Zionville 28698 297-3739 

Rev Tom Moore, P O Box 24 DTS, Boone 28607 264-6605 

Mr Brent Hodges. 238 Hickory Lane. Boone 28607 264-1877 

Ms Eariene Campbell, 175 Ridgewood Rd. Boone 28607 264-4628 

Mrs Mary Frank Smith. 972 US Hwy 321 N. Vilas 28692 . 297-3470 

Mr Chuck Phillips. Rt 3 Hwy 105 S, Boone 28607 963-7293 

Mr John D Cook, Jr. 162 Crest Dr, Boone 28607 262-5307 

MODERATOR 

Rev Gordon Rawls. 3229 Old NC Hwy 60, Deep Gap 28618 264-9520 

MUSIC MINISTRY 
Director 

Mrs Terri Miller, 521 Country Lane, Boone 28607 264-3417 

Committee 

Mrs Judy Shomaker, P O Box 244, Banner Elk 28604 898-6645 

Mrs Kathy Butler, 362 Burkett Rd, Boone 28607 262-1227 

Mrs Nancy Wood. 820 Aho Rd, Blowing Rock 28605 295-3530 

NOMINATING COMMITFEE 

Mrs Diane Brown, 1 173 Rainbow Trail, Boone 28607 264-6783 

Mr Tommy Cook, 1512 Silverstone Rd. Zionville 28698 297-2488 

Mrs Gelene Atwood. 3674 Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-8222 

Mr Steve Ward, 784 W King St, Boone 28607 262-1604 

Mrs Joyce Hampton. 652 Critcher Rd, Boone 28607 264-3924 

Mr Glenn Hodges. 301 Pinnacle Dr. Boone 28607 264-8376 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Mr Finley Hodges. 886 Uure! Fork Rd, Vilas 28692 297-2625 

Rev Elliott Hayes, 8923 US Hwy 421 N. Vilas 28692 297-4670 

Rev JG Early, 5098 US Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-0194 

Rev DonakJ Critcher, 190 Wyoming Rklge. Blowing Rock 29605 262-0688 

Mr Hollar Greene, 220 Kalmia Lane, Boone 28607 264-3361 

Rev Chuck Edmondson. !63 Westside Dr, Vilas 28692 . 297-1919 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Rev Harold Bennett, Jr, 880 Greenway Rd, Boone 28607 264-7750 

Mrs Melanie Greene, 220 Kalmia Lane, Boone 28607 262-1916 

Rev Lynn Powers. 2079 Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-7125 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Rev Ken Boaz, 5 1 3 Jefferson Rd, Boone 28607 264-4482 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Rd. Sugar Grove 28679 297-1510 

Rev Gordon Rawls. 3215 Old US Hwy 60, Deep Gap 28618 264-9520 

Rev Don Holder. 103 Ponderosa Lane, Banner Elk 28604 898-4682 

Rev David Higginbotham, 275 Jefferson Rd. Boone 28607 264-8605 



PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Mr Perry Greene, Sr. 234 Farthing St. Boone 28607 , 264-0877 

Mr Bill Edmisten. P O Box 1307. Boone 28607 264-2346 

Mr David Edn^isten, 407 Hilltop Dr. Boone 28607 . . , 264-0920 

SECRETARY 

Mrs Tena Miller. P O Box 354, Sugar Grove 28679 297-3539 

SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Rev Bud Russell, 330 Duke Dr. Vilas 28692 297-4880 

SENIOR ADULT DIRECTOR 

SINGLE ADULT DIRECTOR 

STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL 

Rev Richard Miller. 880 Greenway Rd. Boone 28607 264-7750 

ASSISTeam I 
Preschool Direaor 

Mrs Ellen Norris. Milton Moretz Rd. Boone 28607 264-3141 

Children's Direaor 

Mr Mike Surber, Chapel Hills Dr. Boone 28607 264-6950 

Youth Director 

Mr Joe London. 254 Howard's Creek Rd, Boone 28607 262-1598 

Adult Director 

Mr Lewis Thomas, 1 95 Meadowbrook Ln. Boone 28607 264-8776 

ASSISTeam II 
Children's Director 

Mrs Clara Hollar, 
Adult Director 

Rev Bud Russell, 330 Duke Dr. Vilas 28692 297-4880 

TREASURER 

Mr Dennis Greene, 2146 Blowing Rock Rd. Boone 28607 264-8231 

TRUSTEES 

Mr John E Ward. 1 108 Old Bristol Rd, Boone 28607 297-2732 

Mr Bill Sherwood. 2176 Bethel Rd. Boone 28607 297-2243 

Mr John Robinson, 871 Greenway Rd. Boone 28607 264-9381 

VBS DIRECTOR 

Mrs Ellen Norris, Milton Morett Rd. Boone 28607 264-3141 

VICE MODERATOR 

Rev Don Holder. 101 Ponderosa Lane, Banner Elk 28604 898-4682 

WORSHIP CONSULTANT 

Rev Allan Blume, 454 Deerfield Forest Pkwy, Boone 28607 265-0220 

WMU 

Director 

Mrs Judy Branch, 275 Delmar St. Boone 28607 264-1 137 

YOUTH DIRECTOR 

Mrs Kristy Aldridge. 



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Representatives on Assoclationai Board 



BEECH VALLEY - 

Rev Bi!! Warren, i 363 Oid Bristol Rd. Boone 28607 

Mr Jim Shropshire. Rt 3, Banner Elk 28604 
BETHEL - 

Mr Bill Sherwood, 2 ! 76 Bethel Road. Sugar Grove 28679 

Rev Dean Coffey, 210 Margot Road, Boone 28607 
BLOWING RCXK, FIRST - 

Mr & Mrs Lewington S Ponder, 102 Ridgetop Drive. Blov/ing Rock 28605 
BOONE, FIRST - 

Mrs Barbara Woodrow, 266 Morningside Drive, Boone 28607 

Mrs Carolyn Farthing, 107 Hillandale Drive, Boone 28607 
BRUSHY FORK - 

Rev Kenneth A Corn, 3913 US Highway 421 N, Vilas 28692 

Mr Oliver Adams, 232 Adams Road. Vilas 28692 
COOL SPRINGS - 

Mrs Mabel Bowman, 359 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock 28605 

Rev Rick Turbyfil!. 455 Willowdale Church Road. Vilas 28692 

Mrs Sharon Bryant, 256 Willy Austin Drive, Blovs^ng Rock 28605 
COVE CREEK - 

Rev Douglas E Robinson. 846 Old US Hwy 421. Sugar Grove 28679 
Mrs Carolyn H Adams, P O Box 1 26, Sugar Grove 28679 
Mr Dale A Johnson, 578 George's Gap Rd, Vilas 28692 
GAP CREEK - 

Mr A M Cheek, 499 A M Cheek Road, Fleetwood 28626 
GREENWAY - 

Mr John B Robinson. 871 Greenway Road, Boone 28607 
HOWARD'S CREEK - 

Mr Roland Jones, Rt 7 Box 1238. Boone 28607 
LAUREL FORK - 

Mr Nathan Perry, 1 759 Aho Road, Boone 28607 

Mr WHIiam Miller, 225 Hodges/Miller Road. Blowing Rock 28605 
LAUREL SPRINGS - 

Mr Jim Wilson, P O Box 214, Fleetwood 28626 
MABEL - 

Mr Neil Oliver. 4558 Old US 421. Zionville 28698 

Mr Robert Mostellar. 642 Greer Lane, Vilas 28692 
MEAT CAMP - 

Mr Bill Clawson, 1 79 Clyde Williams Drive, Boone 28607 
MIDDLE FORK - 

Mr Herbert Hampton, 140 Deer Street, Boone 28607 
MOUNT CALVARY - 

Ms Launa Carender. Route 3 Box 860, Banner Elk 28604 

Ms Lavoia Carender, Route 3 Box 860. Banner Elk 28604 

Mr Dallas LockJear. 615 Old Farm Road. Banner Elk NC 28604 



MOUNT VERNON - 

Mr Johnny Gragg, 1 26 Woodland Drrve, Boone 28607 
Mr Randall Miller. P O Box 1262. Boone 28607 

OAK GROVE - 

Mrs Pat Vines, 1005 George Wilson Road. Boone 28607 
Mr Boyce Brown. 2875 Hwy 105, Boone 28607 

PERKINSVILLE - 

Mr Bill Bowman. 223 Uurel Fork Road, Vilas 28692 
Mrs Marie Norris, 308 Ponderosa Lane. Boone 28607 

PLEASANT GROVE - 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove 28679 
Mr Tom Cook, 1512 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698 

POPLAR GROVE - 

Mr Willie Bennett, 877 Russ Cornett Road. Boone 28607 

PROFFIT'S GROVE - 

Rev Delmar James, 134 Hicks Road, Sugar Grove 28679 
Mr Larry Braswell, 1 10 Pro Street. Todd 28684 
Mrs Imogene Braswell. 1 10 Pro Street, Todd 28684 

RICH MOUNTAIN - 

Mr Allan Culler. 2714 Clark's Creek Road. Banner Elk 28604 

Mr Dan Miller. 6214 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607 

Mrs Bobbie Eggers. 3355 Howard's Creek Road. Boone NC 28607 

SOUTH FORK - 

Mr Denny Norris, 190 Norris Trail. Boone 28607 

Mr David Holman. 5928 Castle Ford Road. Todd 28684 

Rev Homer Murdock. Jr . P O Box 27. Todd 28684 

STONY FORK - 

Mr Harlan O Greene, Hayes Wellborn Road. Deep Gap 28618 

UNION - 

Mr Carl Norris, 304 North Fork Road. Zionville 28698 

Mr Dewayn Oliver. 139 Leah Une, Vilas 28692 
ZION HILU - 

Mr Bill Harmon, 405 jimmy Billings Road. Vilas 28692 
ZIONVILLE - 

Mr Allen Cornett. Rt I . Zionville 28698 

Mr Edgar P Pardue, 730 Mabel School Road, Zionville 28698 

Mr Ernest Combs. Rt I , Zionville 28698 



PASTORS 



BEECH VALLEY - Rev. Bill Warren, 1363 Old Bristol Road, Boone NC 28607; 297-3563 
BETHEL - Rev. Dean Coffey. 210 Margot Road. Boone NC 28607; 264-5474 
BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Rev. Donald C. Rogers. P. O. Box 554. Blowing Rock NC 28605; 
295-7709 

BOONE, FIRST - Dr. Umar King, 375 West King Street. Boone NC 28607; 264-2441 
BRUSHY FORK - Rev. Kenneth A. Com, 3913 US Highway 421 N., Vilas NC 28692; 297-4751 
CLARK'S CREEK - Rev. Zane Tester, Rt. I, Box 141, Vilas NC 28692; 297-5343 
COOL SPRINGS - Rev. Rick Turbyfill, 455 Willowdale Church Road. Vilas NC 28692; 297-1464 
COVE CREEK - Rev. Douglas E. Robinson. 846 Old US Hwy 421. Sugar Grove NC 28679; 297-3869 
GAP CREEK -Rev. Paul Coffey. P.O. Box 17, Deep Gap NC 28618; 264-0638 
GREENWAY - Rev. D. Harold Bennett. Jr., 148 Cedarwood Heights. Boone NC 28607; 264-4188 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Rev. Robert D. Burris. 684 Ray Brown Rd.. Boone NC 28607; 262-9848 
LAUREL FORK - Dr. David E. Browning. P.O. Box 2448, Blowing Rock NC 28605; 295-4710 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Rev. Gordon Rawls, 3215 Old Hwy 60, Deep Gap NC 28618; 264-9520 
MABEL - Rev. Carl Johnson, 280 Bob Campbell Road, Vilas NC 28692; 297-2669 
MEAT CAMP - Rev. Herbert McCoy, 256 Meat Camp Church Road, Boone NC 28607; 262-0373 
MIDDLE FORK - Rev. Elliott Hayes, 8923 US Hv^ 421 N. Vilas NC 28692; 297-4670 
MOUNT CALVARY - Rev. Donald E. HoWer, Rt 3. Box 63, Banner Elk NC 28604; 898-4682 
MOUNT VERNON - Rev. Allan Blume, 454 DeerfieW Forest Pkwy. Boone NC 28607-8726; 
265-0220 

OAK GROVE - Rev. Steve Goss. 2013 US Hwy 421 N., Boone NC 28607; 265-2943 
PERKINSVILLE - Rev. DavkJ J. Higginbotham. 498 FieWstream Drive. Boone NC 28607; 265-4783 
PLEASANT GROVE - Rev. Steven Leashomb, 1564 Silverstone Road, Zionville NC 28698; 297-2490 
POPLAR GROVE - Rev. Donald Critcher, 190 Wyoming Ridge. Blowing Rock NC 28605; 262-0688 
PROFFITS GROVE - Rev. Delmar James. 134 Hicks Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679; 297-3801 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Rev. James D. Hagaman. 4545 Old US Hwy 421. Zionville NC 28698; 
297-2955 

RUTHERWOOD - Rev. James G. Early. 5098 Hwy. 421 South. Boone NC 28607; 264-0194 
SHULLS MILLS - Rev. Archie Clawson. 1273 Rainbow Trail. Boone NC 28607; 264-8070 
SOUTH FORK - Rev. Homer Murdock. Jr.. P.O. Box 27. Todd NC 28684; 877-4920 
STONY FORK - Rev. Vernon Eller. P.O. Box 48. Ferguson NC 28624; 973-4133 
TABERNACLE - Rev. Gary Watson. Rt. I, Box 508. Deep Gap NC 28618; 264-6938 
THREE FORKS - Rev. Darrell Bare. 548 Daniel Boone Drive Ext.. Boone NC 28607; 262-1307 
UNION - Rev. Amt Greer. 848 N. Fork Road. Zionville NC 28698; 297-2668 
WILLOW VALLEY - Rev. Ray Greene. 505 Clark Swift Road. Vilas NC 28692; 297- 1 785 
WILLOWDALE - Rev. Chuck Edmondson, 163 Westside Drive. Vilas NC 28692; 297-1919 
ZION HILL - Rev. James Hagaman. 4545 Old US Hwy 421 Zionville NC 28698; 297-2955 
ZIONVILLE - Rev. Carl M. Johnson, 289 Bob Campbell Road, Vilas NC 28692; 297-2669 



MINISTER OF MUSIC 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Rhonda Harmon, Rt. 6, Box 913. Boone NC 28607; 264-7021 
BETHEL - Mrs. Freida Long. 2014 Bethd Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679; 297-3533 
BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Mr. Charles L. Lentz, 299 West Grandviw Heights, Boone NC 28607; 
264-5261 

BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Debbie D. Marshall, 180 Crestmoor Drive, Boone NC 28607; 265-3100 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Joyce Coffey. 188 Tru-Joy Drive, Banner Elk NC 28604; 963-4289 
COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Jenny Wilson. 333 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock NC 28605; 262-5689 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Mary F. Smith, 972 US Hwy 321 N., Vilas, NC 28692; 297-3470 
EMMANUEL - Mr. Hugh Miller, 235 Elk Creek Rd., Deep Gap NC 286 18; 264-4838 ^- 
GAP CREEK - Mr. Rodney Cheek, 570 A.M. Cheek Road. Fleetwood NC 28626; 877-9687 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Terri Miller. 521 Country Une, Boone NC 28607; 264-3417 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Jason Lanier, 240 Howards Creek Church Rd., Boone NC 28607; 
264-1908 

LAUREL FORK - Mr. Ricky Coffey, 3 1 1 Woodsong Trail. Boone NC 28607; 264-3388 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mr. Bobby Idol. P.O. Box 1549. Boone NC 28607 
MABEL - Mr. LC. Oliver, 4319 Old US 421. Zionville NC 28698; 297-2507 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Karen Coffey. 343 Hidden Valley Circle, Boone NC 28607; 265-3229 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mrs. Judy Shomaker, P. O. Box 244. Banner Elk NC 28604; 898-6645 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Keith Critcher, 279 Eric Lane, Boone NC 28607; 262-9936 
OAK GROVE - Ms. Kim Franklin. Rt. I, Box 250, Trade TN 3769 1 ;727-4796 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Vickie Marsh, 353 Farthing Street. Boone NC 28607; 264-9435 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Tom Cook. 1512 Silverstone Road, Zionville NC 28698; 297-2488 
POPLAR GROVE - Mr. Will Tov^msend, 313 OW Clayton Greene Road, Boone NC 28607; 963-4523 
PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. John Johnson, 4240 Meat Camp Road, Todd NC 28684; 297-2360 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Mr. Mickeal Brown, 4964 Jonaluska Road, Boone NC 28607; 297-1788 
RUTHERWOOD - Mr. Tommy Phelps. 125 Nordiridge Dr., Boone NC 28607; 264-4467 
SHULLS MILLS - Mr. Nick Williams; (910) 667-4218 

SOUTH FORK - Mr. V.L Greene, 292 Burkett Road. Boone NC 28607; 264-2629 
STONY FORK - Mr. Kermit Triplett, Rt. I, Purlear NC; 28665 

THREE FORKS - Mrs. Nickle Y. Spinks, 863 Cobb's Creek Road, Boone NC 28607; 264-5417 
UNION - Mr. Gr^ Warren, 1365 Old Bristol Road. Boone NC 28607; 297-4636 
WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Kenneth Greene, 1558 Phillips Branch Rd., Vilas NC 28692; 297-2541 
WILLOWDALE - Mr. Chad Hicks. 215 Archway Drive, Vilas NC 28692; 297-4492 
ZION HILL - Mrs. Wanda Vines. 6465 US Hwy 321 N., Sugar Grove NC 28679; 297-3837 
ZIONVILLE - Mr. Edgar P. Pardue, 730 Mabel School Road, Zionville NC 28698; 297-3874 



MINISTERS OF CHILDREN 



BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Mrs. Rhonda L. Gailes. P. O. Box 2624. Blowing Rock NC 28605 
295-0453 

BOONE. FIRST - Ms. Uura Arrowood. 375 West King Street. Boone NC 28607, 264-2441 
COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Patsy Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock NC 28605 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Gary Waters. 122 Windswept Way, Boone NC 28607. 262-1 181 
Mrs. Diana L. Greer 262-0491. 200 Spirit Une. Boone NC 28607. 262-0491 
Mrs. Vanessa Waters. 122 Windswept Way, Boone NC 28607. 262-1 181 
LAUREL SPRINGS - M.r Jim Cade. 9360 Hwy 421 South, Deep Gap NC 28618. 262-3504 
MOUNT VERNON - Ms. Linda Moore. 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-5907 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Michael Hardy. 306 Oak Grove Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-7044 
SOUTH FORK -Mrs. Ellen Norris. 269 Triple E Drive. Boone NC 28607. 264-3141 



MINISTERS OF PRESCHOOL 

MOUNT VERNON - Ms. Linda Moore, 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607, 264-5907 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Michael Hardy. 306 Oak Grove Road, Boone NC 2860. 264-7044 



MINISTERS OF RECREATION 

MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Kevin Knight. 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-5907 
SOUTH FORK - Mr. Ted Mauney. 383 Cane Mill Road. Todd NC 28684. 265-4905 



SECRETARIES 

BEECH VALLEY - Ms. Becky Stansberry. Rt. I. Box 256, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-1549 
BETHEL - Mrs. Margaret McGlamery.4232 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-5430 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Lynn P. Lawrence, P.O. Box 74, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-3722 
BOONE. FIRST - Mrs. Sandra W. Phillips, 375 West King Street. Boone NC 28607, 264-2441 

Ms. Angle Miller. 375 West King Street. Boone NC 28607, 264-2441 
BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Wanda C. Fox, 2173 Silverstone Road. Zionville NC 28698. 297-1041 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Sandra Pitts. Rt. 6. Box 888, Boone NC 28607. 262-1 167 
COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Wanda Bolick, 2020 Deck Hill Rd, Blowing Rock NC 28605. 264-6733 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Peggy E. Sherwood. 1010 US Hwy 321 N.. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-2802 
GAP CREEK - Mrs. Joanne Wellborn, P.O. Box 83. Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-3938 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Jackie Lawrence. 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville NC 28698, 297-1324 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Ms. Caroleen Watson. 8444 Hwy 421 E.. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-8412 
MABEL - Mrs. Gail Olh^er. 4558 Old US 421. Zionville NC 28698. 297-3653 



MEAT CAMP - Mrs. Ann M. Wilson, P.O. Box 1958. Boone NC 28607, 295- 9154 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Shirley Triplett, 208 Rogers Drive, Boone NC 28607. 264-2597 
MOUNT CALVARY - Ms. Linda MClauchlin. P. O. Box 703. Banner Elk NC 28604. 733-6410 
MOUNT VERNON - Mrs. Gail Bennett. 3505 Bamboo Road, Boone NC 28607-8726, 264-5907 
Mrs. Brenda Isaacs. 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607-8726. 264-5907 
Mrs. Denise Smith. 6674 Rominger Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-6494 . r 

OAK GROVE - Mrs. Helen Hicks. Rt. I. Box 383. Vilas NC 28692 

PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Jimma W. Spencer. 1300 Mabel School Road. Zionville NC 28698. 297-6417 
POPLAR GROVE - Ms. Karen Critcher. 1 14 Poplar Hill Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-8332 
PROFFITS GROVE - Mrs. Ethel Pope, 1237 Odes Wilson Road. Zk>nville NC 28698. 297-4923 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Leslie J. Cook. 197 Milton Gragg Rd.. Boone NC 28607. 264-1321 
SHULLS MILLS - Mrs. Geneva Bentley. 5615 NC Hwy 105 South. Vilas NC 28692, 963-4661 
SOUTH FORK - Mrs. Charlotte Norris. 190 Norris Trail. Boone NC 28607. 264-1849 

Mrs. Barbara Murdock, P.O. Box 27. Todd NC 28684, (910) 877-4920 
STONY FORK - Mrs. Betty Triplett. 414 Stony Fork Road. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-1757 
TABERNACLE - Mrs. Brenda Hodges, P.O. Box 1938, Boone NC 28607. 264-9307 
THREE FORKS - Ms. Dinia Wheeler, 142 Snowdrift Lane. Boone NC 28607. 264-8541 
UNION - Mrs. Connie Shore, Old Bristol Road, Boone NC 28607. 297-4241 
WILLOW VALLEY - Mrs. Karen Pope, 1 18 Ronnie Pope Road. Vilas NC 28692. 297-5950 
WILLOWDALE - Ms. Viola Parks. P.O. Box 685. Valle Crucis NC 28691 

ZIONVILLE - Mrs. Dora Dean Love. 301 Shoun Street, Mountain City TN 37683. (423) 727-6783 



MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mrs. Paulette Isaacs. Rt. I. Boone NC 28607. 264-4728 
BETHEL - Mrs. Irene Farthing. 1 165 Bethel Road, Vilas NC 28692. 297-2236 
BOONE. FIRST - Miss Earlene Campbell, 175 Ridgewood Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-4628 
BRUSHY FORK - Mr. Walter Sumpter, 1 19 River Way, Boone NC 28607, 963-5157 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Pat F. Kirby. 904 Mountain Dale Rd., Vilas NC 28692, 297-3004 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Mary C. Brown, 416 Mine Branch Road, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 264-6283 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mrs. Jan Woods, Rt 6 Box 1 186, Boone NC 28607, 264-6161 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Shirley Rawls, 3215 Old Hwy 60. Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-9520 
MABEL - Mrs. P^ Burkett, 6298 Old US 421, Zionville NC 28698. 297-2513 
MOUNT VERNON - Mrs. Judy Greene, Highway 421 North 2482. Boone NC 28607, 264-2407 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Debbie Hollar. P.O. Box 1054, Boone NC 28607, 262-1630 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Debbie Dotson, 1855 Poplar Grove Road, South, Boone NC 28607, 
963-6223 

SOUTH FORK - Mr. Don Presnell, 364 Burkett Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-1849 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 



COOL SPRINGS - Rev. Rick Turbyfill. 455 Wlllowdale Church Road. Vilas NC 28692; 297-1464 
GREENWAY - Rev. Richard Miller, 521 Country Lane. Boone NC 28607; 264-3417 
MOUNT VERNON - Rev. Bud Russell, 330 Duke Drive, Boone NC 28692; 297-4880 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Michael Hardy. 306 Oak Grove Road. Boone NC 28607; 264-7044 



ASSOCIATE PASTORS 



BOONE. FIRST - Rev. Frank A. Smith, 166 Selma Circle. Boone NC 28607; 262-5930 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Joe London, Rt 5 Box 570, Boone NC 28607; 262-1598 
MOUNT VERNON - Rev. Bud Russell, 330 Duke Drive, Boone NC 28692; 297-4880 



MINISTERS OF YOUTH 



BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Rhonda L. Gailes. P. O. Box 2624. Blowing Rock NC 28605; 
295-0453 

BOONE. FIRST - Rev. Frank A. Smith. 166 Selma Circle. Boone NC 28607; 262-5930 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Marcia Lusk. 5459 Hwy 194 South. Banner Elk NC 28604 
COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Thelma Cannon, 1 14 Carolina Avenue. Boone NC 28607; 264-2870 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Robin McLeod, 468 Hite Williams Rd.. Zk>nville NC 28698 
GREENWAY - Rev. Richard Miller. 521 Country Lane, Boone NC 28607; 264-3417 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Joe London. Rt 5 Box 570. Boone NC 28607; 262-1598 
LAUREL FORK - Mrs. Janice Tolbert. 134 Hodges/Miller Rd.. Blowing Rock NC 28605; 295-7757 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mr. Scott Watson. 9082 US Hwy 421 S.. Deep Gap NC 28618; 264-7878 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mr. Noel Gressner. P. O. Box 1036. Banner Elk, NC 28604; 898-6156 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Kevin Knight. 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607; 264-5907 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Mfchael Hardy. 306 Oak Grove Road, Boone NC 28607; 264-7044 
PROFFirS GROVE - Mrs. Marie Greene, 846 Meat Camp Road, Boone NC 28607; 264-5544 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Vickie M, Taylor. 131 Old East Rkige Rd., Boone NC 28607; 265-4736 
SOUTH FORK - Mrs. Kristy AWridge. 2520 US Hwy 421 South. Boone NC 28607; 264-8290 
STONY FORK - Mr. Michael Ferguson 

THREE FORKS - Mrs. Gail Boaz. 138 Cameron Terrace, Boone NC 28607; 264-9046 
UNION - Mr. & Mrs. Marty Wood, 188 Loafers Joy Drive, Zionville NC 28698; 297-5599 



ORGANISTS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mrs. Rowetta Harmon, Rt. 6. Box 913, Boone NC 28607. 264-7021 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Karen W. Baird, 107 Pine Valley Drive, Boone NC 28605, 264-1842 
BOONE. FIRST - Ms. Faye Ayers, 594 Daniel Boone Drive Ext., Boone NC 28607, 264-4367 
BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Maxine Hollars. 708 Love Hollow Road. Vilas NC 28692, 297-3477 
COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Jenny Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock NC 28605. 262-5689 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Joyce P. Ragan. 1067 Burkett Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-4284 
GAP CREEK - Mrs. Jan Roark. P.O. Box 161. Deep Gap NC 28618. 262-0167 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Carole Robinson. 247 Bub Teams Road. Boone NC 28607, 264-2623 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Gary Waters, 122 Windswept Way, Boone NC 28607, 262-1 181 
LAUREL FORK - Mr. Anna Maria Wallace, 181 1 Aho Road. Boone NC 28607. 295-3329 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Judy Eller. 613 Dick Watson Road. Deep Gap NC 28618. 262-5188 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Wilma Cook, 836 Jordan V Cook Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-2201 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mrs. Janice Lecka. P. O. Box 276. Banner Elk NC 28604. 868-5491 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Art Williams, 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607-8726, 264-5907 
OAK GROVE - Mr. Richie Cheek, Rt. 6. Boone NC 28607, 297-2219 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Wanda Scott. 164 Appalachian Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-4410 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Azalee Simandle. 1 1226 US Hwy 421 N, Zionville NC 28698. 297-3500 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Patsy Critcher, 190 Wyoming Ridge, Blowing Rock NC 28605. 262-0688 
PROFFITS GROVE - Mrs. Diane James. 134 Hicks Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3801 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Betty A. Hodges. 3841 Hwy 421 South. Boone NC 28607. 264-4977 
SOUTH FORK - Mrs. Lynda Norris. 4507 Big Hill Road. Todd NC 28684. 262-1371 
STONY FORK - Mr. Billy Norris. 466 Stony Fork Road. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-3442 
TABERNACLE - Mrs. Helen Morett. Rt. I, Box 857, Boone NC 28607, 264-9142 
THREE FORKS - Mrs. Rose Bolick. 206 Benjamin Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-8353 
UNION - Mrs. Denise Smith. 6674 Romlnger Road, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-6494 



PIANISTS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mrs. Rowetta Harmon. Rt. 6. Box 913. Boone NC 28607. 264-7021 
BETHEL - Mrs. Margaret McGlamery, 4232 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679297-5430 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Sylvia C. Pittman. 558 Stuart Williams Rd.. Boone NC 28607, 
264-9132 

BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Ginger H. Corn. 3913 US Highway 421 N.. Vilas NC 28692. 297-4751 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Donna Joyce 

COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Jenny Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock NC 28605, 262-5689 
GAP CREEK - Mrs. Louise Cheek, 499 A.M. Cheek Road, Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-4126 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Teresa Eggers. 209 Jacob-Sarah Drive. Vilas NC 28692, 963-1 102 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mrs. Diane Brown. Rt. 5 Box 515, Boone NC 28607, 264-6783 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Carmen Wilson, P.O. Box 214. Fleetwood NC 28626 
MABEL - Mrs. Margaret Oliver. 43 1 9 Old US 42 1 . Ztonville NC 28698, 297-2507 



MEAT CAMP - Mrs. Ann M. Wilson. P.O. Box 1958. Boone NC 28607. 295-9157 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Wilma Cook, 836 Jordan V Cook Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-2201 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mrs. Debbie Turner. Route 4, Box 398. Banner Elk NC 28604. 963-5719 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. David Russell, P. O. Box 161 1. Boone NC 28607, 265-2277 
PERKINSVILLE - Ms. Terri A. Branch. 275 Delmar Street. Boone NC 28607, 264-1 137 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Becky Ballew. P.O. Box 164. Vilas NC 28692. 297-3036 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Ann Welch, 214 Old Clayton Greene Road, Boone NC 28607. 963-5217 
. PROFFirS GROVE - Mrs. Karen Winkler. 555 Ball Branch Road. Boone NC 28607 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Mrs. Patti Jenkins, 179 Parkway Village Drive. Boone NC 28607. 264-6241 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Sharon F. Farthing, 130 Firefly Lane, Boone NC 28607. 262-1838 
SHULLS MILLS - Mrs. Geneva Bentley. 5615 NC Hwy 105 South. Vilas NC 28692, 963-4661 
SOUTH FORK - Mrs. Kathy Butler, 362 Burkett Road, Boone NC 28607, 262-1227 
STONY FORK - Mr. Billy Norris, 466 Stony Fork Road. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-3442 
TABERNACLE - Mrs. Delia Cook. 3815 Castle Ford Rd.. Boone NC 28607. 264-9676 
THREE FORKS - Mrs. Carolyn Coffman. Route I. Box 1434. Vilas NC 28607. 297-6461 
UNION - Mrs. Lois Thomas. 164 Long Street, Boone NC 28607. 297-3391 
WILLOW VALLEY - Mrs. Karen Pope. 1 18 Ronnie Pope Road, Vilas NC 28692. 297-5950 
WILLOWDALE - Mrs. Danette Isaacs, 260 Main Haven Drive. Vilas NC 28692. 297-1 1 1 1 
ZION HILL - Mrs. Amy Lunceford, 6192 US Hwy 321 N.. Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-5074 
ZIONVILLE - Mrs. Barbara Wilson. Rt. 4, Mountain City TN 37683, (423) 727-7283 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Gary Norman, Rt. 3, Box 485. Boone NC 28607, 963-6268 
BETHEL - Mr. Fred Shivel, 2792 Beaver Dam Road. Vilas NC 28692. 297-3644 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mr. Craven Presson, P. O. Box 231 1, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 
295-4782 

BOONE. FIRST - Mr. Mike Dreisbaugh. 142 Blue Meadow Drive, Deep Gap NC 28618, 262-5747 
BRUSHY FORK - Mr. Dean Earp, 261 George Wilson Road, Boone NC 28607. 264-7252 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mr. Richard McGibbeny, 1 1243-2 NC Hwy 105 S., Banner Elk NC 28604, 
963-8273 

COOL SPRINGS - Mr. Rufus McCrary, 307 Edmisten Road. Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-3518 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Bonnie S. Davis. 131 Grover Norris Rd., ZIonville NC 28698, 297-4662 
EMMANUEL - Mr. Hugh Miller. 235 Elk Creek Rd., Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-4838 
GAP CREEK - Mr. Jack Wellborn, P.O. Box 83. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-3938 
GREENWAY - Mr. Scott Eggers, 209 Jacob-Sarah Drive, Vilas NC 28692. 963-1 102 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Dennis Hampton, Rt 5 Box 577-A, Boone NC 28607, 262-3962 

Mr. Randy Ward. Rt. 7 Box 1210, Boone NC 28607, 264-6902 
LAUREL FORK - Mr. Kevin Miller. 918 Aho Road. Boone NC 28607, 265-1 161 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mr. Lewis Thomas, 195 Meadowbrook Lane, Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-2042 
MABEL - Mr. Frank Burkett. 6300 Old US 421. Zionville NC 28698, 297-2823 
MEAT CAMP - Mr. Doug Norris. 253 Pine View Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-9380 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Herbert Hampton, 140 Deer Street. Boone NC 28607. 264-3958 



MOUNT CALVARY - Mr. Robert Houck. 724 Shomaker Road. Banner Elk NC 28604 898-5841 

MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Ralph Holland. 241 Hickory Lane. Boone NC 28607, 264-4170 

OAK GROVE - Mr. Joseph McNeil, 223 McNeil Farm Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-2914 

PERKINSVILLE - Mr. Mike Reynolds, 469 Fieldstream Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-1068 

PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Joseph Warren. 146 Warren Lane. Zionville NC 28698, 297-2482 

POPLAR GROVE - Mr. Eddie Hallyburton, 1232 Old Hwy. 421, Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-5867 

PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. Earl Proffit. 176 Roaring Fork Road, Todd NC 28684, 262-5590 

RICH MOUNTAIN - Mr. Allan Culler, 2714 Clark's Creek Road, Banner Elk NC 28604. 963-5392 

RUTHERWOOD - Mr. Dan Farthing, 130 Firefly Lane, Boone NC 28607, 262-1838 

SHULLS MILLS - Mr. Kenny Isaacs, 5 1 1 Moarion Cornett Road, Boone NC 28607, 963-4808 

SOUTH FORK - Mr. Greg Jones, 7890 Three Top Road, Todd NC 28684 

STONY FORK - Mr. Harlan O. Greene, Hayes Wellborn Road. Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-3361 

TABERNACLE - Mr. Everette Hicks, Rt. I, Box 877, Boone NC 28607, 264-6318 

THREE FORKS - Mr. Charlie Williams, 463 Bud Teams Road, Boone NC 28607, 264-0450 

UNION - Mr. Eric Cornett, 761 Hattie Hill Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-1 192 

WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Roy Warren, 3238 US Hwy 321 Nordi. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3529 

WILLOWDALE - Mr. George Bunton, 188 New Farm Road. Valle Crucis NC 28691, 963-8367 

ZION HILL - Mr. Allen Ward. 2243 Old Watauga River Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-3770 

ZIONVILLE - Mr. Wilton Potter, 826 Mabel School Road, Zionville NC 28698, 297-5243 



DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING DIRECTORS 



BRUSHY FORK - Mr. Ed Proffitt, 142 Lum Haven Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-3314 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Dennis Hampton, Rt 5 Box 577-A, Boone NC 28607. 262-3962 

Mr. Randy Ward. Rt. 7 Box 1210, Boone NC 28607. 264-6902 
LAUREL FORK - Mr. Kelly Coffey, 1 757 Aho Road, Boone NC 28607, 295-75 14 
MABEL - Mr. Neil Oliver, 4558 Old US 421, Zionville NC 28698, 297-3653 
MEAT CAMP - Mr. Larry Osborne. 1 179 Big Hill Road. Boone NC 28607. 265-0623 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Nettie Hampton. 140 Deer Street, Boone NC 28607. 264-3958 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Bill Hollingsworth. 303 Slabtown Road, Ztonville NC 28698, 297-4462 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Debbie Hollar, PO Box 1054, Boone NC 28607, 262-1630 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Robert Church, 745 Tater Hill Road, Zionville NC 28698, 297-2201 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Viola Greene, 2050 Poplar Grove Rd. South, Boone NC 28607. 963-5633 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Mrs. Eva C Keller, 198 Locus Hill Rd, Boone NC 28607. 264-9136 
TABERNACLE - Mrs. Dawn Bare, 548 Daniel Boone Drive Ext, Boone NC 28607,262-1307 
UNION - Mr. Billy Warren, 1 134 Old Bristol Road, Boone NC 28607, 297-1820 
ZION HILL - Rev, James Hagaman, 4545 Old US Hwy 421. Zionville NC 28698. 297-2955 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Jim Shropshire, Rt. 3. Banner Elk NC 28604 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mr. Kirby Nelson. 2664 Payne Branch Rd., Blowing Rock NC 28605, 
264-1170 

BOONE. FIRST - Dr. Larry Woodrow, 266 Morningside Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-8029 

BRUSHY FORK - Mr. Wendell Fox, 2173 Sikerstone Road. Zionville NC 28698, 297-1041 

COVE CREEK - Mr. Steve Combs, 727 Joe Shoemaker Rd., Vilas NC 28692, 297-4232 

EMMANUEL - Mr. Carl Tuttle. 1325 Water Tank Rd., Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-1051 

GAP CREEK - Mr. Harry Summers, 421 1 Pine Swamp Road, Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-3123 

GREENWAY - Mr. David Stout, 143 Goshen Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-5131 

HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Randy Ward. Rt. 7 Box 1210, Boone NC 28607, 264-6902 

MABEL - Mr. LC. Oliver, 4319 Old US 421. Zionville NC 28698. 297-2507 

MEAT CAMP - Mr. Bill Clawson. 179 Clyde Williams Drive. Boone NC 28607. 264-3435 

MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Herbert Hampton, 140 Deer Street, Boone NC 28607, 264-3958 

MOUNT CALVARY - Mr. Lew A. Halter. P. O. Box 2303, Bannei* Elk NC 28604 898-4448 

MOUNT VERNON - Dr. Jeff Sutton, 188 East King Street, Boone NC 28607, 264-0948 

OAK GROVE - Mr. Brent Hodges, Rt. 7. Box 634, Boone NC 28607, 264-1877 

PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Henry Glenn, 1 177 Rush Branch Rd. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3596 

PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. Jeff Canter. P.O. Box 1073. Boone NC 28607. 264-81 1 1 

SOUTH FORK - Mr. Kevin Aldridge, 2520 US Hwy 421 South. Boone NC 28607, 264-8290 

THREE FORKS - Mr. Doug Bland. 152 Glen Cove Une. Boone NC 28607. 264-0497 

UNION - Mr. Billy Warren. 1 134 Old Bristol Road. Boone NC 28607. 297-1820 

WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Frank Guy. 2960 US Hwy 321 North. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3151 

WILLOWDALE - Mr. George Bunton. 188 New Farm Road, Valle Crucis NC 28691. 963-8367 



WMU DIRECTORS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mrs. Pauline Brown, Route 3, Box 586. Elk Park NC 28622, 297-2658 

BETHEL - Mrs. Irene Farthing. 1 165 Bethel Road. Vilas NC 28692, 297-2236 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Mrs. Betty R. Pitts, P. O. Box 27. Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-7968 

BOONE, FIRST - Mrs. Anna McGuire, P.O. Box 2534. Boone NC 28607, 265-2550 

BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Alma T. Earp, 261 George Wilson Road, Boone NC 28607. 264-7252 

CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Anita Pennell. 152 Old East Ridge Rd., Boone NC 28607, 262-5059 

COVE CREEK - Mrs. Nora M. Wilson, 466 Odes Wilson Rd., Zionville NC 28698, 297-2028 

EMMANUEL - Mrs. Elda McNeill, 501 Worth McNeill Road, Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-3396 

GAP CREEK - Mrs. Louise Cheek, 499 A.M. Cheek Road, Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-4126 

GREENWAY - Mrs. Bertha Robinson, 871 Greenway Road, Boone NC 28607, 264-9381 

HOWARD'S CREEK - Mrs. Diane Brown, Rt. 5 Box 515. Boone NC 28607. 264-6783 

LAUREL FORK - Mrs. Shelby Miller, 1781 Aho Road. Boone NC 28607, 295-7913 

LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Ginger Williams, 266 Owl Rest Lane, Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-5719 

MABEL - Mrs. Lucille Harmon, 12123 US Hwy 421 N., Zionville NC 28698. 297-3645 



MEAT CAMP - Mrs. Jean McCoy, 256 Meat Camp Church Road. Boone NC 28607, 262-0373 
MIDDLE FORK - Mrs. Irene Greene. Linville Road, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-7126 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mrs. Karen B Holder. Route 3. Box 63, Banner Elk NC 28604, 898-4682 
MOUNT VERNON - Mrs. Ann Cook, 485 Wake Robin Une, Boone NC 28607, 264-9267 
OAK GROVE - Mrs. Rachel Woodring. Rt. 6, Box 1 138, Boone NC 28607. 264-8072 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Barbara McDaniel, 285 Wildwood Une, Boone NC 28607. 264-4805 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Jackie Uwrence. 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville NC 28698, 297-1324 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Jannette Malanik, 592 Jordan V. Cooke Rd., Boone NC 28607, 264-7494 
PROFFITS GROVE - Mrs. Dorothy Bryan, 576 Bryan Hollow Road, Boone NC 28607, 262-1845 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Glenola Clemens, 236 Mine Branch Rd., Boone NC 28607, 264-0937 
THREE FORKS - Mrs. Joyce H. Hampton. 652 Critcher Road, Boone NC 28607, 264-2304 
UNION - Mrs. Mary Norris, 1507 North Fork Road. Zionville NC 28698, 297-3739 
WILLOWDALE - Mrs. Barbara Adams. 142 Russell Beach Road. Vilas NC 28692. 297-2834 
ZION HILL - Mrs. Mayselle Hagaman, 4545 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville NC 28698. 297-2955 



CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Roscoe Brown. Rt. 3. Box 586. Elk Park NC 28622. 297-2658 
BETHEL - Mr. Bill Sherwood. 2176 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-2243 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Esther Ponder, 102 Ridgetop Drive, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 
295-3987 

BOONE. FIRST - Mr. George Fox, 580 Fox Hill Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-6569 
BRUSHY FORK - Mr. Rick Greene. 140 Duke Drive, Vilas NC 28692, 297-4583 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mr. Billy C. Townsend, 2840 Clark's Creek Road, Banner Elk NC 28604. 
963-5572 

COOL SPRINGS - Mr. W.W. Austin, 258 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock NC 28607, 264-3534 
COVE CREEK - Mr. Dale A. Johnson, 578 George's Gap Rd.. Vilas NC 28692, 297-4360 
EMMANUEL -Mr. Ralph Fairchild. 2264 Liberty Grove Church Rd, Fleetwood NC 28626. 
(910)877-4997 

GAP CREEK - Mr. A.M. Cheek. 499 A.M. Cheek Road. Fleetwood NC 28626. (910) 877-4126 
GREENWAY - Mr. Larry Phillips, P.O. Box 2781. Boone NC 28607, 264-8848 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Jack N. Greer, Rt. 5 Box 700, Boone NC 28607, 297-31 14 
LAUREL FORK - Mr. Keith Perry, 1759 Aho Road, Boone NC 28607, 295-7190 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mr. Jim Cade, 9360 Hwy 421 South. Deep Gap NC 28618, 262-3504 
MABEL - Mr. Vernon Shelton. Rt. I. Vilas NC 28692, 297-4210 
MEAT CAMP - Mr. Doug Norris, 253 Pine View Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-9380 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Jim Coffey. 343 Hidden Valley Circle. Boone NC 28607, 265-3229 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Roger Critcher, E US 421 Highway, Boone NC 28607, 264-4901 
PERKINSVILLE - Mr. Bill Bowman, 223 Uurel Fork Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-3564 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr. Tom Cook, 1512 Silverstone Road, Zionville NC 28698. 297-2488 
PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. Larry Brazwell, 1 10 Pro Street. Todd NC 28684, 297-2188 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Mr. Dan Miller, 6214 Howard's Creek Road, Boone NC 28607, 297-3294 
RUTHERWOOD - Mr. George Clemens, 236 Mine Branch Rd., Boone NC 28607, 264-0937 



SHULLS MILLS - Mr. Kenny Isaacs. 511 Moarion Cornett Road. Boone NC 28607. 963-4808 
SOUTH FORK - Mr. Donald E. Norris. 4507 Big Hill Road. Todd NC 28684. 262-1371 
STONY FORK - Mr. Riley Greene, 604 Mt. Zion Road. Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-3108 
TABERNACLE - Mr. Milton Moretz. Rt. I. Box 844. Boone NC 28607. 264-2781 
THREE FORKS - Mr. Paul Perry. P. O. Box 2447. Boone NC 28607, 262-3344 
UNION - Mr. Joe Phillips. 7303 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville NC 28698. 297-4320 
WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Wilborn Rominger. 2962 US Hwy 321 North. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 
297-3342 

WILLOWDALE - Mr. James Dugger. 284 Delmar Street, Boone NC 28607.264-3037 

ZION HILL - Mr. Allen Ward. 2243 Old Watauga River Road. Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3770 

ZIONVILLE - Mr. Edgar P. Pardue. 730 Mabel School Road. Zionville NC 28698. 297-3874 



CHURCH TREASURERS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Barry Stansberry. Rt. I. Box 589, Elk Park NC 28622, 297-1709 
BETHEL - Mrs. Freida Long, 2014 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-3533 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Lynn P. Lawrence, P. O. Box 74, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 
295-3722 

BOONE. FIRST - Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Adams, 170 Highland Park Une. Boone NC 28607. 264-3748 
BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Wanda C. Fox. 2173 Silverstone Road. Zionville NC 28698. 297-1041 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mrs. Rachel Townsend, 2840 Clark's Creek Road, Banner Elk NC 28604, 
963-5572 

COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Patsy Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock NC 28605 
COVE CREEK - Mr. Jerry Adams, P. O. Box 126, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-2403 
EMMANUEL - Mr. Sammy Church. P.O. Box 347. Deep Gap NC 28618. (910) 982-4996 
GAP CREEK - Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, P.O. Box 89, Deep Gap NC 28618, (910) 877-4818 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Jackie Uwrence, 520 Odes Wilson Road, Zionville NC 28698, 297-1324 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mrs. Denise Hampton, Rt 5 Box 577-A, Boone NC 28607, 262-3962 
LAUREL FORK - Mrs. Ruby Miller. 225 Hodge^Miller Road, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-7903 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Betty Upchurch, 160 Hidden View Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-1313 
MABEL - Mrs. Theresa Mostellar. 642 Greer Lane, Vilas NC 28692, 297-3782 
MEAT CAMP - Mrs. Margaret Norris. 1 17 Panoramic Lane, Boone NC 28607, 264-4645 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Lee Triplett. 208 Rogers Drive, Boone NC 28607. 264-2597 
MOUNT CALVARY - Ms. Linda McUuchlin, P. O. Box 703. Banner Elk NC 28604. 733-6410 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. John Payne. 4655 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607, 262-1356 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Jimma W. Spencer, 1300 Mabel School Road, Zionville NC 28698, 297-6417 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Marsha Thomas, 917 Isenhour Road, Zk>nville NC 28698, 297-3814 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Joanne Townsend, 313 OW Clayton Greene Road, Boone NC 28607, 
963^523 

PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. Larry Brazwell, 1 10 Pro Street. Todd NC 28684. 297-2188 
RICH MOUNTAIN - Mrs. Irma Pennell, 4620 Howard's Creek Road. Boone NC 28607, 297-2239 
RUTHERWOOD - Mrs. Mitzi H. Wallace, 216 Whispering Pines Rd., Boone NC 28607,262-5445 
SHULLS MILLS - Mrs. Geneva Bentley. 5615 NC Hwy 105 South, Vilas NC 28692. 963-4661 



SOUTH FORK - Mrs. Jeanne Norris. 258 Blue Meadow Drive. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-5727 
STONY FORK - Mrs. Betty Triplett. 414 Stony Fork Road. Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-1757 
TABERNACLE - Mrs. Judy Hampton. 1 15 Deerfield Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-1491 
THREE FORKS - Mrs. Becky E. Younce. 144 Berkley Avenue, Boone NC 28607. 264-9583 
UNION - Mr. Frank Thomas, 4913 Old US Hwy 421. Ztonville NC 28698. 297-3359 
WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Frank Guy, 2960 US Hwy 321 North, Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-3151 
ZION HILL - Mr. Tommy Joe Ward, 308 Private Drive, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-2437 
ZIONVILLE - Mrs. OIlie Phipps. Rt. I, Trade TN 37691. (423) 727-9966 



STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 



BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Dr. John D. Davis. 1 185 Edmlsten Rd.. Blowing Rock NC 28605, 
295-9783 

GREENWAY - Mr. David Stout, 143 Goshen Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-5131 
LAUREL FORK - Mr. Rannie Ford, Rt. 4. Box 601, Boone NC 28607, 264-6910 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Jim Coffey, 343 Hidden Valley Circle, Boone NC 28607. 265-3229 
MOUNT VERNON - Mr. Dale Greene. 3505 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607, 264-5907 
PERKINSVILLE - Mr. John Greene, 476 Circle Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-9158 
RUTHERWOOD - Mr. S.B. Brown. Jr.. 120 Uurel Crest Rd.. Boone NC 28607, 264-5898 
SOUTH FORK - Mr. Barry Stevens, Rt. 2, Box 42 NC Hwy 194 N., Todd NC 28684 



CHURCH CLERKS 



BEECH VALLEY - Mr. Elijah Presnell, 627 Love Hollow Road. Vilas NC 28692, 297-4104 
BETHEL - Mrs. Irene Farthing, 1 165 Bethel Road, Vilas NC 28692, 297-2236 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mrs. Mary Penn, 4908 US Hwy 221 S., Blowing Rock NC 28605. 
295-3559 

BOONE, FIRST - Dr. Ken Shull, 103 Raven Ridge Circle, Boone NC 28607. 264-2027 
BRUSHY FORK - Mrs. Maxine Hollars. 708 Love Hollow Road. Vilas NC 28692, 297-3477 
CLARK'S CREEK - Mr. Billy C Townsend, 2840 Clark's Creek Road. Banner Elk NC 28604, 
963-5572 

COOL SPRINGS - Mrs. Sharon Bryant. 256 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock NC 28605, 264-6484 
COVE CREEK - Mrs. Carolyn H. Adams, P. O. Box 126, Sugar Grove NC 28679, 297-2403 
EMMANUEL - Mr. David Fairchild, 2164 Liberty Grove Church Rd.. Fleetwood NC 28626, 
910/877-5212 

GAP CREEK - Mrs. Louise Cheek, 499 A.M. Cheek Road. Fleetwood NC 28626, (910) 877-4126 
GREENWAY - Mrs. Blanche K. Roberts, 1645 Hwy 105. Boone NC 28607, 264-3773 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Nelson W. Greer, 200 Spirit Ln.. Boone NC 28607, 262-0491 
UVUREL FORK - Mrs. Gall Coffey. 1757 Aho Road. Boone NC 28607, 295-7514 
LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs. Dorothy Hartley, 5177 Bamboo Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-8968 



MABEL - Mr. Lewis Burkett. 6298 Old US 421. Zionville NC 28698, 297-2513 
MEAT CAMP - Mr. Earl Greene. 1 19 Earl's Lane, Boone NC 28607, 264-8503 
MIDDLE FORK - Mr. Lee Triplett. 208 Rogers Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-2597 
MOUNT CALVARY - Mrs. Mari L Fuhrman, 4109 Andy Hicks Road, Banner Elk NC 28604. 
297-5674 

OAK GROVE - Mrs. Beth Ball, 1003 George Wilson Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-8260 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs. Carolyn Higginbotham, 498 Fieldstream Drive. Boone NC 28607, 265-4783 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mrs. Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove NC 28679. 
297-1510 

POPLAR GROVE - Mrs. Dianne Lambert. 166 Autumn Ridge Road. Boone NC 28607. 264-7056 

PROFFITS GROVE - Mr. Gary Proffrt. 358 Profflt Road. Boone NC 28607.264-1548 

RICH MOUNTAIN - Mrs. Clara Dancey. 4622 Howard's Creek Road, Boone NC 28607, 297-3225 

RUTHERWOOD - Mr. Jerry A. Greer, 5929 Hwy 421 South, Boone NC 28607, 264-1 171 

SHULLS MILLS - Mrs. Ruth C. Isaacs, 511 Marion Cornett Road, Boone NC 28607. 963-4808 

SOUTH FORK - Mr. Leslie Norris, 4509 Big Hill Road. Todd NC 28684. 264-31 10 

STONY FORK - Mrs. Debra Jordan, 129 Mt. View Church Rd., Deep Gap NC 28618. 264-7433 

TABERNACLE - Mrs. Delia Cook. 3815 Castle Ford Rd.. Boone NC 28607. 264-9676 

THREE FORKS - Mrs. Janice T. Ashley, 594 Jordan V. Cook Road, Boone NC 28607. 264-4706 

UNION - Mr. Otto Thomas. 554 Marion Thomas Road. Zionville NC 28698. 297-2353 

WILLOW VALLEY - Mr. Terry L. Harmon. 137 Circle Drive West. Vilas NC 28692. 297-2605 

WILLOWDALE - Mrs. Peggy Hicks, 215 Archway Drive. Vilas NC 28692. 297-4492 

ZION HILL - Mr. Bob Vines. 6465 US Hwy 321 N., Sugar Grove NC 28679. 297-5074 

ZIONVILLE - Mr. James R. Martin. 898 Mabel School Road, Zionville NC 28698, 297-3445 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 



BLOWING ROCK. FIRST - Dr. James Stines, P. O. Box 862, Blowing Rock NC 28605, 295-7254 
Rev. Tom Moore, 230 Boulder Gardens, Banner Elk NC 28604, 963-4269 

BOONE, FIRST - Dr. O.D. Holton, 412 Poplar Hill Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-8236 
Dr. W.C. Strickland,250 Park View Circle. Blowing Rock NC 28605. 963-4649 
Dr. Harry Padgett. Box 725 CC, Boone NC 28607. 264-8980 
Dr. Fred Badders. 154 Fairview Drive, Boone NC 28607, 264-7677 
Dr. O.K. Webb. 849 Stadium Drive. Boone NC 28607. 264-2394 
Dr. Larry Keeter. 456 Tracy Circle, Boone NC 28607, 264-4027 
Dr. Winston Kinsey, Rt. I, Box 622, Deep Gap NC 28618, 264-1924 
Rev. R, Allan Johnson, 185 Crest Drive. Boone NC 28607, 264-8063 
Rev. Roy Holder, Rt. I, Box 882-D. Boone NC 28607, 264-9465 
Rev. Don Norrington, 324 Poplar Hill Drive. Boone NC 28607, 265-4933 

COOL SPRINGS - Rev. Rick Turbyfill. 455 Willowdale Church Road. Vilas NC 28692. 297-1464 

GREENWAY - Rev. Jerry Allen, 353 Appalachian Drive, Boone NC 28607. 264-4717 
Rev. James C. Jones, 804 Greenway Road. Boone NC 28607, 264-8241 
Rev. Herbert H. Hash, Jr., 1 72 Anne-Marie Drive, Boone NC 28607. 264-2586 

MEAT CAMP - Rev. Eugene Byrd. 559 Daniel Boone Dr. Ext., Boone NC 28607. 264-4626 



MIDDLE FORK - Rev. Henry Strahan. 333 Hickory Une, Boone NC 28607, 264-5063 
Rev. CllfT Barnes 

MOUNT VERNON - Rev. William Brown. 1964 Bamboo Road, Boone NC 28607, 264-2307 
Dr. Dan Meyer. 124 Sorrento Forest Drive. Blowing Rock NC 28605. 265-0044 
Rev. Richard Holder, P. O. Box 3566, Boone NC 28607, 963-8903 
Rev. Neal Davis, 278 Rivers Crest Road, Boone NC 28607, 265-2856 
Rev. Bob Ellison, P. O. Box 1546, Boone NC 28607, 262-0339 
RUTHERWOOD - Rev. Daryl Beck, 233 Snowy Oak Rd.. Boone NC 28607, 265-3667 
SOUTH FORK - Rev. Ray Minton. 192 Cotton Tail Trail, West Jefferson NC 28694. 264-5025 
THREE FORKS - Rev. Ken Boaz. 138 Cameron Terrace. Boone NC 28607, 264-9046 
UNION - Rev. Bill Warren, 1363 Old Bristol Road, Boone NC 28607, 297-3563 
WILLOW VALLEY - Rev. Raynor Matheson, Rt. 2. Vilas NC 28692, 297-4014 



PASTORS WHO LEFT DURING THIS YEAR 



PERKINSVILLE - Rev. David J. Higginbotham, 498 Fieldstream Dr., Boone NC 28607 
STONY FORK - Rev. Jay Johnson, 1835 Pads Road. North Wilkesboro NC 28659 
WILLOWDALE - Rev. Kenneth Bryant, 6572 Presley Huffman Rd., Connelly Springs NC 28612 



HINISTERS LICENSED DURING THIS YEAR 



MOUNT VERNON - Mr. GeraW Bentley, 1831 Creekside Place, Lenoir NC 28645 
SOUTH FORK - Mr. Derrick J. Norris. 190 Norris Trail, Boone NC 28607 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THIS YEAR 



HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr. Dennis Hampton, Rt. 5 Box 577-A, Boone NC 28607 
Mr. Randy Ward, Rt. 7 Box 1210. Boone NC 28607 . 
Mr B.W. Miller. Rt. 5 Box 63 1 -X, Boone NC 28607 
Mr. J.W. Miller. Rt. 5 Box 628, Boone NC 28607 
Mr. Nelson W. Greer, 200 Spirit Ln., Boone NC 28607 



Memorials 



Beaver Dam: 
None 

Beech Valley: 

Mr. Cecil Presnell 
Mrs. Carrie Harmon 

Bethel: 

Mrs. Minnie Dare Campbell 

Mr. Jack Millsaps 
Blowing Rock, First: 

Dr. David Pittman 

Mrs. Margaret Stewart 

Mrs. Blanche Stilwell 
Boone. First: 

Mr. Grant Ayers 

Mrs. Belle Hagaman 

Mr. Jeremy Fisher 

Ms. Cathy Lion 

Mr. Hunter Storie 

Mrs. Ola Thompson 

Rev. Earl Pyn 
Brushy Fork: 

Mr. Eugene Moody 

Mr. Lewis Peters 

Mrs. Sandra Shaw 

Ms. Marsha Smith 
Clark's Creek: 

Mr. Mack Nonris 

Mrs. Lillie Smith 
Cool Springs: 

Deacon Henry Ruppert 
Cove Creek: 

None 



Emmanuel: 

Mr. Mansfield Trivette 

Gap Creek: 

Mrs. Delphine Capps 

Greenway: 

Mrs. Lucy Ellen 

Mr. Hollis Fred Nifong 

Deacon Coye Yates 

Howard's Creek: 

Mr. Herbert Miller 
Mr. Jake Miller 

Laurel Fork: 

Mrs. Dorothy Hayes 
Mr. Hardin Younce 
Mr. Marion Coffey 

Laurel Springs: 

Mrs. Martha Bledsoe: 
Mr. Oscar Greer 
Mr. Dwight Stanbery 

Mabel: 

Mrs. Ruth Eggers 

Mrs. Margaret Sue Wallace 

Deacon Howard Younce 

Meat Camp: 

Deacon Wade Shoemake 
Mrs. Annie W. Miller 

Middle Fork- 
Mrs. Ellen Ashley 

Mount Calvary: 
None 



Mount Vernon: 

Mr. Rom Cook 
Mr. Austin Northern 
Mrs, Irene Northern 
Mrs. Mildred Slaney 

Oak Grove: 

Mrs. Anna Mae Williams 
Deacon Ed Stokes 
Deacon Jamej Vines 

Perkinsville: 
None 

Pleasant Grove: 

Mr. J.B. Wilson 
Mr. Ernest "Whitey-" Penndl 
Mrs. Hazel Mains Stanbery 
Mrs, Marjorie FL Reese 

Poplar Grove: 

Mrs. Edfth Greene Elliott 
Mrs. Josephine Williams 

Proffit's Grove: 

Mr. Charts Miller 
Ms. Francb Shipley 
Rkih Mountain: 

None 
Rutherwood: 

Mrs. Ruth G. Bodenheimer 
Mrs. Fancie Carroll 



Shulls Mills: 

Mr. Claude Shores 

South Fork- 
None 

Stony Fork: 

Mr. Arlie Greene 
Mrs. Faye Greene 

Tabernacle: 
None 

Three Forks: 

Mr. James Austin 
Mrs. Alma G. Brown 

Union: 

Mr. Raymond Warren 
Mr. Grant Thomas 

White Rock: 
None 

Willow Valley: 

Rev. Roby Greene 

Willowdale: 

Ms. Evelyn Fox 

Zion Hill: 

Mr. Donald Lee Hagaman 

Zionville: 

Mrs Madge P. Browri 
Mrs. Mamie P. Stevens 
Mrs. Ruby T. Brown 
Mrs. Mildred T. Hamby 



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DECEIVED 

:i^Z Three Forks 
Baptist Association 

157th Annual Meeting 

Theme: "Wherever He Leads . . . ? 



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ountain Churches 

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October 21, 1997 
Mount Calvary Baptist Church 

October 22, 1997 
Perkinsville Baptist Church 



Three Forks 
Baptist Association 

of 

North Carolina 
157th Annual Session 

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Held With 

MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 

October 21, 1997 

and 

PERKINSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

October 22, 1997 



Annua/ Meetings are he/d on tfie Tuesday and Wednesday 
following the third Sunday in October 



MOUNT VERNON 
Tuesday, October 20, 1998 
Preacher: Rev. Herbert McCoy 
Alternate: Rev. Homer Murdock 

OAK GROVE 

Tuesday, October 19, 1999 
Preacher: Rev. Bud Russell 
Alternate: Rev. Steve Leashomb 



MEAT CAMP 

Wednesday, October 21, 1998 
Preacher: Rev. Doug Robinson 
Alternate: Rev. Vernon Eller 

WILLOW VALLEY 
Wednesday, October 20, 1999 
Preacher: Rev. Dean Burris 
Alternate: Rev. Chuck Edmondson 




This Annual is Dedicated 
in Honor of 
Rev, Clarence "CO," Vance 



What can you say when you are asked to write a dedication for such a remarkable Christian man whose ministry spans 
so many years? 

In earlier years, he was very devoted and dedicated to Sunday School work. His first full-time ministry was as an 
associational missionary in his home association of Tuckaseigee for three years. He has served three churches in our 
association: Willo^Adale, Oak Grove and Greenway , as vjeW as Lovedale in Tuckaseigee and Mt. Canmel in Buncombe. 
After serving Greenway for eleven years, he retired. Since then he as served as Interim Pastor in 21 churches over 
North Carolina. After retirement, he attended the Southern Baptist Convention in Portland, Oregon in 1 973. While 
there, he was invited to go to Buriington, Washington as Interim Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in the Mt. Baker 
Association (northwest) where he stayed most of the year, and preached a revival in Kalmath, California on his way 
home. He was the first Director of Missions for the Southern Baptist Convention in the northv\ast, and has been back 
to the area for revival and renewal several times. 

Pertiaps no man has been in more demand for all types of preaching than he - weddings, funerals, pulpit supply, the 
list is endless. He has been a role model for other pastors. 

We thank God for letting him live among us, and we must remember that throughout all these years of service, he was 
joined by his dear, beloved wife, Marie, who stood by him through good and bad times. Now, since God has called 
her home, there is such an empty place in his heart and life. 

Out of appreciation for all he has done for so many of us, and what he means to us, let's show him how important he 
is to us, as we demonstrate this through our love, concern, compassion and by "keeping in touch" with him. (Address: 
Baptist Retirement Homes, 213 Richmond Hill Drive, Room 103-E, Asheville, NC 28806) 



Submitted by: Bertha Robinson 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Constitution I 

Historical Table 8 

Order of Business 9 

Proceedings 12 

History of Mt. Calvary 15 

History of Perkinsville 17 

Historical Events 18 

Messengers to Annual Meeting 18 

Association Officers Directory 20 

Local Church Officers Directory 

Representatives on Associational Board 24 

Pastors 25 

Associate Pastors 26 

Ministers of Education 26 

Ministers of Music 26 

Ministers of Youth 27 

Ministers of Children 27 

Ministers of Preschool 27 

Ministers of Recreation 28 

Brotherhood Directors 28 

Chairmen of Deacons 28 

Clerks 29 

Discipleship Training Directors 30 

Media Library Directors 30 

Missions Development Directors 31 

Organists 31 

Pianists 31 

Royal Ambassador Leaders 32 

Secretaries 32 

Senior Adult Leaders 33 

Stewardship Directors 34 

Sunday School Directors 34 

Treasurers 35 

Vacation Bible School Directors 36 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 36 

Ordained Ministers 37 

Pastors Who Left During Year 38 

Ministers Licensed During Year 38 

Ministers Ordained During Year 38 

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Convention Reports: 

Annuity Board 39 

Baptist Children's Homes of NC 40 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC 42 

(The) Biblical Recorder 43 

Christian Action League of NC 44 

Church Growth Multipliers 45 

International Mission Board 46 

North American Mission Board 47 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation 48 

North Carolina Baptist Colleges and Universities 49 

(The) North Carolina Baptist Hospitals , 50 

State Missions 52 

Associational and Local Agency Reports 

Associational Council Report 53 

Baptist Student Union 54 

Brotherhood Report 55 

Director of Missions 56 

Discipleship Training 57 

Executive Committee 59 

General Board 59 

Hospice 60 

Missions Development Council 61 

Music Council 63 

Place and Preacher 64 

Prison Ministry 64 

Resolutions Committee 66 

Senior Adults 66 

Stewardship 67 

Sunday School 67 

Watauga County Hunger Coalition 68 

Woman's Missionary Union 70 



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Youth Report 71 

Other Committee Reports: 

Nominating Committee 73 

Committe on Committees 74 

Finance Committee - Proposed Budget 1997-1998 77 

Memorials 80 

Statistical Tables 81 



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Constitution for 
Three Forks Baptist Association 

(Revised 1997) 

ARTICLE I: Name and Composition 

SECTION 1. This body shall be known as the Three Forks Missionary Baptist 
Association. 

SECTION 2. It shall be composed of the messengers of Missionary Baptist Churches in 
Watauga and adjacent counties, cooperating with and supporting the work of the Three Forks 
Association, of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, and of the Southern Baptist 
Convention. 

SECTION 3. Each church having fifty resident members, or less, shall be entitled to three 
messengers, and one additional messenger for each fifty resident member, or fraction thereof: 
provided that no church has more than ten messengers. The pastor of the churches and the 
following elected officials of the Association shall be ex officio messengers: Moderator, 
Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Sunday School Director, Discipleship Supporter, Woman's 
Missionary Union Director, Brotherhood Director, Director of EvangeUsm, Historian, Music 
Director, Media Resource Director, Camp Joy Director, Stewardship Director, Senior Adult 
Director, Singles Director and Cliairperson of Missions Development Council. 

ARTICLE n: Objects 

SECTION 1 . The object of this Association shaU be to devise and recommend measures 
for increasing the harmony, intelligence, and spiritual power of the churches and for 
developing and directing their energies, their resources and gifts in wirming and developing 
people in the Redeemer's Kingdom throughout the world. 

SECTION 2. For the better accomplishment of the above objectives, this Association shall, 
insofar as is practicable, cooperate with the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE III: Officers and Committees 

SECTION la. Officers of this body shall be those Usted in Article 1, Section 3. 

SECTION lb. Unless otherwise stated all officers and members of committees of the 
Association shall be eligible for re-election to consecutive terms. 

SECTION 2. The COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES shall be composed of five members 
appointed by the Moderator. The committee shall prepare, for approval by tlie Association, a 
list of names of individuals who have given their consent to serve on the following 
committees: Nominating, Missions Development, Finance, Associational Properties, 
Associational Trustees, Evangelism, Council on Ordination of Ministers, Constitution of New 
Churches, Personnel, Camp Joy, Stewardship Council and Music Council. It shall be the duty 
of this committee to name, for the approval of the Association, individuals to serve as 
representatives in the Association and to bring to the Association armual reports on the 
followmg causes: Baptist Hospital, Children's Home, Homes for the Aging, Annuity Board, 
Biblical Recorder, Christian Education. The Committee shall also provide for reports on 
Christian Stewardship, Memorials, Public Morals, Baptist Student Union of Appalachian State 
University, Association, State, Home and Foreign Missions, and other such reports as may be 
deemed necessary and desirable. 



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SECTION 3. The ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITFEE shall be composed of 
two lay members elected by each cooperating church, the pastors of such churches, the 
officers of the Association, and the members of committees as provided for in Sections 1 and 
2 of this Article. The Executive Committee shall meet once a quarter. Notice of meetings 
shall be mailed or otherwise given to all members of the committee at least three days prior 
to the proposed meetings. Twenty members of this committee shall constitute a quorum to 
transact business. The Executive Committee shall act as the Association ad interim. 
Churches are requested to elect their lay members and to include their names and addresses in 
the associational letter. 

SECTION 4. The NOMINATING COMMITTEE shall be composed of six members 
serving a three-year rotating term elected by the Association. The conmiittee will nominate 
all Program Directors, Clerk, and Moderator to be approved at the April Executive Committee 
Meeting. The Vice-Moderator and all other nominations will be presented at the Annual 
Meeting. 

ARTICLE rV: Duties of Officers and Committees 

SECTION 1. The Moderator shall be elected for a one-year term and cannot succeed 
himself after the second consecutive term. He shall preside over the aimual meeting of the 
Association and the meetings of the Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member 
of all committees. He shall be a fraternal visitor, counselor and advisor with the churches 
regarding their work during the year. The Moderator shall appoint the following committees 
in advance of the annual meeting: 

(a) A Committee on Enrollment which shall be composed of the members of the host 
church. The committee shall arrange for the registration of all messengers and visitors 
at the annual meetings. 

(b) A Committee on Place and Preacher composed of three members. This committee 
shall recommend to the Association the churches at which the annual sessions of the 
Association shall meet and the preachers for the aimual sermons and their alternates. 

(c) A Committee on Resolutions composed of three members, which shall present to the 
Association resolutions expressing appreciation or sentiment on any matter chosen by 
the committee or directed by the Association. This committee shall receive all 
resolutions presented to the Association and shall study them and make 
recommendations to the Association concerning them. 

(d) A Committee on Order of Business which shall include the Moderator, Clerk, Host 
Pastors, and the Director of Missions. This committee shall prepare a program for the 
Annual Meeting and present a printed Suggested Order of Business at the beginning of 
the Annual Meeting for its adoption. 

SECTION 2. The Vice Moderator shall be elected annually for a one-year term and cannot 
succeed himself after the second consecutive term. He shall serve as Vice Chairman of the 
Executive Committee. 

SECTION 3. The Clerk shall be elected annually and may be re-elected for consecutive 
terms. The Clerk shall distribute blank letter forms to the clerks of churches affiliated with 
the Association. He or she shall keep an accurate record of the proceedings of the body in 
regular session, sessions of the Executive Committee, and the Associational Council. The 
Qerk shall perform the services of statistician, filling in from the church letters a digest of 
the record of the churches to be printed in the Amiual. The Clerk shall arrajige for the 
printing and distribution of the minutes of the Association as soon after the aimual meeting as 
practicable. Compensation will be determined by the Finance Committee. 

SECTION 4. The Treasurer shall be responsible for seeing that a proper accounting is 
made of all monies received and disbursed. The detailed accounting functions shall be 



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accomplished by an associational financial secretary who will be employed by the 
Association. Duties of the Treasurer shall consist of, but not be limited to, the following: 

(a) Receive reports, invoices, and other documentation and then authorize the 
disbursement of associational funds by co-signing all checks. 

(b) Review the financial records and investigate any abnormaUty. 

(c) Assist the Finance Committee m providing an annual audit of the books and financial 
records of the Association. 

SECTION 5. The Financial Secretary's duties shall consist of, but not be limited to, the 
following: 

(a) Keep a complete set of double entry accounting records for the financial activities of 
the Association, 

(b) Keep detailed individual contribution records and reconcile the detail to total receipts 
recorded in the accounting records. 

(c) Receive reports, invoices, and other documentation and then prepare and co-sign 
checks to effect the disbursement of funds for all proper expenditures which are within 
budget appropriations. 

(d) Prepare montlily financial reports in the format prescribed by the Finance Committee. 
(See Section 14) 

SECTION 6. The Music Director shall lead the sessions of the Association in worship 
through the singing of sacred hymns. In consultation with the Music Council and the Order 
of Business Conunittee, music appropriate for the needs of the Association Meeting will be 
provided. The Music Director and the Association Music Council are charged with planning, 
coordinating, and evaluating the music program of the Association, which includes 
inspirational and educational (training) programs. In addition to the Music Director, the 
Music Council shall consist of three members, each serving a tbiee-year rotating term. The 
Music Council shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees. 

SECTION 7. The Director of Evangelism shall work with the churches and pastors of the 
Association to achieve a positive and effective program of evangelism in each church. He 
shall lead m the promotion of simultaneous revivals in the Association when these are 
determined to be feasible and desirable by the Association or the Executive Committee and 
approved by them. All coordinated efforts are to be subject to the approval of the 
Associational Executive Conunittee. 

SECTION 8. The Media Resource Director will be responsible for reviewing available 
materials, conferring with program leaders, and purchasmg, shelving and promoting the use of 
media resources through the Association's Media Library to assist the ministry of Three Forks' 
Churches. 

SECTION 9. The Camp Joy Director shall chair the Camp Joy Committee, administer 
Camp Joy and encourage its use by the chiu'ches and the organizations of the Association as 
well as other approved organizations. The Camp Joy Committee shall be a standing 
committee composed of no less than six members plus the Director. 

SECTION 10. The Organizational Leaders - Sunday School Director, Discipleship 
Supporter, WMU Director, Music Director, Brotherhood Director, Missions Development 
Chairperson, Senior Adult Director and Singles Director shall lead in the promotion and 
development of the work of their respective organizations in the churches of the Association. 

SECTION 1 1. The Associational Historian shall collect and put into some durable form all 
facts of interest about each of the churches which serves as host to the Association in its 
annual session. In cooperation with the staff of the North Carolina Historical Collection at 
Wake Forest University, the Historian shall endeavor to collect and preserve historical 
materials relative to the churches and the work of the Association. 

SECTION 12. The Associational Council shall consist of all associational program leaders 
including the moderator, clerk, finance chairperson and others designated by the council from 

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time to time to facilitate the function of the council. It will be the responsibility of the 
Director of Missions to be the Executive Secretary of the Associational Council. The Council 
will do annual plaiming based on planning guidelines, including the Association's purpose and 
objectives. The annual plan, including calendar, will be presented to the Association for 
approval. Program leaders will plan their activities based on the needs of the churches and 
materials available from their program counterparts in the Baptist State Convention and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. It shall be the duty of this council to: 

(a) Coordinate and help promote all phases and activities of the Associational program. 

(b) Realize that council members serve the entire Association as well as the interest of 
their organization/program. 

(c) Prepare plans and recommendations for participation in the work of the Association. 

(d) Lead the respective organizations and/or committees to carry out actions agreed upon. 

(e) Prepare aimual budget proposals and present them to the Finance Committee. 

(f) Develop and review from time to time with the Director of Missions guidelines of job 

descriptions for the office of Director of Missions. 

(g) Serve as a sounding board for all matters involving the Director of Missions including 
the hearing of any grievances to facilitate harmony within the Association, and report 
to the Executive Committee and the Association any recommendations as a result. 

(h) Report to the Executive Committee and the Association actions and recommendations. 

(i) Meet at least once a quarter. 

SECTION 13. The office of Director of Missions shall be filled upon recommendation of 
the Associational Council and by a two-thirds majority of the messengers voting at the annual 
meeting. In case of a vacancy when the Association is not in session, the Moderator shall 
call a special meeting to hear a recommendation from the Associational Council for filling the 
vacancy by the method herein stated. By virtue of the office, the Director of Missions shall 
be considered an officer of the Association and an ex officio member of all committees 
imless otherwise stipulated. The services of the Director of Missions shall continue so long 
as the relationship is mutually agreeable. 

SECTION 14. The Finance Committee shall supervise the financial affairs of the 
Association and evaluate and make appropriate recommendations to the Association in 
conference for proper action. Its duties shall consist of, but are not limited to, the following: 

(a) See that proper intemal accounting controls are established and maintained to provide 
reasonable assurance as to the safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized 
use or disposition, and the reliability of fmancial records for preparing fmancial 
statements and maintaining accountability for assets. 

(b) See that a complete double entry set of accounting records is maintained by the 
associational Treasurer and Financial Secretary. 

(c) Prepare and submit a goal budget to the Association at the annual meeting of the 
Association. 

(d) Endeavor to secure the cooperation of the churches in raising the budget. 

(e) Amend the budget line items as need arises to meet the financial requirements of the 
Association. All line item budget amendments will be presented to the Association at 
the next succeeding Executive Conunittee meeting for its information. (Budget 
amendments to increase the total budget do not fall within the authority of the Finance 
Committee and can be approved only by the Executive Committee.) 

(f) Engage an independent certified public accountant to examine the annual financial 
statements of the Association in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards, and provide to the annual meeting of the Association an audit of the 
books and fmancial records of the Association. 

(g) Review proposed contracts and commitments in excess of $1,000.00 to be entered 
into by the Association and evaluate the costs involved. 



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(h) Review the cash availability and cash flow and advise and assist the Association 
Treasurer in accompUshing proper money management. The Treasurer of the 
Association shall be an ex officio member of the Finance Committee. The chairman 
of the Finance Committee shall have the authority to sign checks disbursing 
associational funds in the absence of the associational Treasurer. 

(i) The Committee shall meet at least once per quarter. 

SECTION 15. The Associational Properties Committee shall be composed of three 
members elected as provided for in Article III, Section 2. It shall have general oversight of 
the associational office building and its equipment and supplies. It shall make 
recommendations to the Finance Committee and to the Association or Executive Committee 
on matters relating to the upkeep of Associational properties. The committee shall see that 
approved repairs and improvements are effected. The committee shall meet at least once per 
quarter. 

SECTION 16. The Personnel Committee shall be composed of three members elected for a 
three-year rotating term. It shall be the duty of this committee to: 

(a) Develop or review guidelines or job descriptions of all personnel of the Association, 
with the exception of the Director of Missions. 

(b) Recommend replacements or additions to the staff, with the exception of the Director 
of Missions. 

(c) Serve as a sounding board for aU personnel matters (among them, work schedules, 
vacations, sick leave, and fringe benefits). 

(d) Recommend to the Finance Committee remuneration for all staff members. 

(e) Review annually the performance with each employee, review any grievances, and 
otherwise seek to promote harmonious relationships among all employees of the 
Association. 

SECTION 17. There shall be tlu-ee Trustees elected for a term of three years each, but 
terms shall rotate so that one member is elected each year. It shall be the duty of the 
Trustees to act as legal representatives of the Association in all matters relating to law; to 
sign all legal documents as directed by the Association or the Executive Committee; to hold 
in trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association; and to exercise the 
power, under instruction of the Association or Executive Committee, to hold, buy, sell, and 
convey property, both real and personal, and to sign all papers necessary for the purchase of 
conveyance. 

SECTION 18. The Council on Ordination of Ministers shall be a committee of six persons 
elected for a three-year rotating tenn. Members will be nominated by the Committee on 
Committees. They shall consult with and give guidance and aid to churches who desire to 
ordain ministers (ordinarily, ordination only occurs when one is called to a defmite field of 
labor). By invitation, they will serve as an examining council, and through prayerful and 
sympathetic - but searching-inquiry, look into the candidate's soundness of his conversion, 
certainty of his call, adequacy of his preparation, quality of his character, steadfastness of his 
loyalty to the Christian body, and his desire to be a "good Minister of Jesus Christ." There 
should ordinarily be a sufficient lapse of time between examination and ordination so that no 
embarrassment will be feh should the candidate's request be denied or postponed. 

SECTION 19. The Committee on the Constitution of New Churches shall be a Committee 
of three persons elected for a three-year rotating term. They shall be nominated by the 
Committee on Committees. They will consult with and give guidance and aid to churches 
which anticipate membership in the Association. Churches desiring membership in the 
Association will proceed according to the following guidelines: 

(a) They shall present a petitionary letter at the April Executive Committee Meeting of 
the Association, which shall include the following: 

i. A statement (copy) of the charter reflecting belief and practices, or minutes of 

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the organizational meeting of the church. 

ii. A statement of the purpose (reason) for wanting to become a part of the 

Association. 

iii. A statement of intention of cooperation and support of associational, state, and 

worldwide missions of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

iv. Other items of mutual interest to the petitioning church and the Asstxiational 

Council. 

(b) The letter of petition shall be referred by the Executive Committee to the 
Committee on the Constitution of New Churches. 

(c) The Committee on the Constitution of New Churches will bring a recommendation to 
the Annual Meeting of the Association in October, after a meeting or meetings with 
the petitioning church. 

(d) If a favorable recommendation is brought by the committee and approved by the 
messengers to the Armual Meeting, the petitioning church will be under the 
watchcare of the Association for one year. (Further discussions with the committee 
might take place during the watchcare year). 

SECTION 20. The Mission Development Council shall be composed of not less than six 
persons elected for a three-year rotating term. It shall be the duty of this council to: 

(a) Call the church to be on mission. 

(b) Provide resources and services to churches and leaders. 

(c) Train, develop and encourage church and associational workers. 

(d) Provide opportunities for working together in missions, ministry, growth and 
evangelism. 

(e) Establish and maintain appropriate communications and relationships with the 
community and denomination. 

SECTION 21. The Stewardship Council shall be composed of tluee persons, one of whom 
will be the Director. The two council members will be elected for a two-year rotating term. 
They will be nominated by the Committee on Committees. It shall be the duty of this 
Council to provide Stewardship Conferences and training opportunities and to encourage the 
churches to increase their missions giving and involvement. 

SECTION 22. The Family Ministry Council shall be composed of three persons elected for 
a one-year term. They will be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The council will be 
made up of a Senior Adult Dire^ctor and a Singles Director. Each director's duties are 
described in their job description. 

SECTION 23. The Associational Worship Consultant shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee. The Worship Consultant will be an ad hoc member of the 
Association Council and will help to advise and direct the Association by materials, and 
conferences on developing trends in worship. 

ARTICLE V: Amendments 

This Constitution may be changed or amended at the Annual Meeting by a vote of two- 
thirds of the members present, provided notice of the change is read at the Aimual Meeting 
during the first day. 



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BYLAWS 



1. The Association shall convene annually Tuesday and Wednesday following the third 
Sunday in October unless otherwise determined by the Association or Executive Committee. 

2. The Associational year shall begin October 1st each year and close September 30 of 
the following year. 

3. The written reports of this body, with the exception of the Executive Committee and 
the Director of Missions, shall be limited to 500 words. In case a report is longer, the Clerk 
is hereby authorized to revise the report, maintaining the salient facts. 

4. The officers and conmiittees of the Association shall cooperate with the Director of 
Missions in the preparation of an Associational Calendar of Activities to be presented at the 
Annual Meetmg. It shall be made available to each church of the Association. 

5. The expenses incurred by the Clerk in printing the minutes and preparing the statistical 
report, the Committee on Order of Business in printing their suggested program, and all 
promotional expenses authorized by the Association shall be paid by the Treasurer. Ten 
copies of the Book of Reports and Annual Minutes will be provided by the Association for 
each church. Additional copies may be purchased. 

6. There shall be an Evangelism Committee, consisting of three rotating members, to 
assist the Director of Evangelism in carrying out the duties listed in Article IV, Section 7. 

7. No individual or committee shall conmiit the Association to sponsor any program or 
speaker until budgetary arrangements have been made and approved by the Executive 
Committee. 

8. These bylaws may be changed at any session by a vote of a majority of the messengers 
present. 



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Historical Table 



of 



Three Forks Baptist Association 



CHURCH 

Pleasant Grove 
Zionville 

Howard's Creek 
Perkinsville 

Greenway 
Laurel Fork 

Laurel Springs 
Union 

Boone, First 
Brushy Fork 

Mount Vernon 
Three Forks 

Rutherwood 
Cove Creek 

Howard's Creek 
South Fork 



Bethel 
Brushy Fork 

Greenway 
Laurel Springs 

Willowdale 
Proffrt's Grove 

Mount Calvary 
Perkinsville 



MODERATOR 
Dennis Greene 

Don Foster 

Don Foster 

Ray Greene 

Ray Greene 

Paul Brunner 

Dr. George Miles 

Dr. George Miles 



Blowing Rock, First Rev. Bud Russell 
Pleasant Grove 



Rev. Bud Russell 



CLERK 

Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 



Rev. Harold Bennett Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Rev. Harold Bennett Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 
Rev. Gordon Rawls Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 



PREACHER 

Ray Greene 
Herbert McCoy 

Delmar James 
Cliff Barnes 

Bob Barlowe 
Ken Turbyfill 

Tony Cartledge 
Rick Turbyfill 

Steven Carreker 
Sherrell Dunn 

Ray Minton 
CO. Vance 

jerry Smith 
J.G. Early 

Robert Odom 
David Vannoy 

Rev. Don Rogers 
Rev. Kenneth Bryant 

Rev. Lynn Powers 
Rev. Ray Greene 

Rev. Gordon Rawls 
Rev. Harold Bennett 

Rev. David Higginbotham 
Rev. Don Holder 

Rev. James Hagaman 
Rev. K. Allan Blume 



For a complete Historical Table, please refer to the 1995 Annual. 



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ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Tuesday, October 2!, 1997 

MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 



Theme: "WHEREVER HE LEADS . . . ?" 
AFTERNOON SESSION 

3:00 Hymn 

Scripture Reading and Prayer Mr. Andrew Rawls, Laurel Springs 

Welcome from Host Pastor Rev. Don Holder 

Constitution of 157th Annual Meeting Rev. Gordon Rawls 

Adoption of Order of Business Rev. Gordon Rawls 

Recognition of Visitors Rev. Gordon Rawls 

Roll Call of Churches Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 

3:10 General Board Report Rev. J.G. Early 

3:15 Associational Council Report Rev. Ken Boaz 

3:20 Nominating Committee Report Mrs. Gelene Atwood 

3:25 Prison Ministry Report Rev. Herb Hash, Jr. 

3:30 Message . . Dr. Carlton Mitchell, Religion Professor Emeritus, Wake Forest University 

4:00 Resort Area Ministries (RAM) Report , Mr. Tom Moore 

4:05 Youth Ministry Report 

4:10 Treasurer's Report Mr. Dennis Greene 

4: 1 5 Finance Committee Report 

Adoption of Budget Mr. Bob Washburn 

4:25 Break 

4:30 Hymn 

4:35 Miscellaneous Business 
Church Program Reports: 

4:40 Sunday School , Rev. Richard Miller 

4:45 Discipleship Training Rev. Darrell Bare & Rev. Herb Hash, Jr. 

4:50 Vacation Bible School Mrs. Ellen Norris 

4:55 Church Music Mrs. Terri Miller & Mr. Billy Ralph Winkler 

5:00 Evangelism Rev. Chuck Edmondson 



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5:05 History of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Mr. Earl Greene 

5:15 Special Recognitions . . Rev. Harold Bennett, Jr. 

5:20 Hymn 

5:25 Scripture and Prayer Mr. Randall Beshears & Rev. Vernon Eller, Stony Fork 

5:30 Annual Sermon Rev. James Hagaman, Rich Mountain and Zion Hill 

6:00 Prayer and Thanksgiving Mr. Monty Melton, member of Mt. Calvary 

EVENING MEAL AND FELLOWSHIP 



EVENING SESSION 
OCTOBER 21, 1997 

6:45 Special Music "STAIN" 

7: i Welcome New Pastors Rev. Don Holder 

7:15 Senior Adult Report Mrs. Mary Snead 

Mission Reports: 

7:20 WMU Mrs. Judy Branch 

7:25 Brotherhood , Rev. Steve Leashomb 

7:30 Missions Development Mrs. Nora Wilson & Rev. Dean Coffey 

7:35 Ukraine Partnership , Mr. Skip Greene 

7:45 New York Partnership Rev. Gordon Rawls 

7:55 South Africa Partnership Rev. Don Rogers 

8:05 Miscellaneous Business 

8: 1 World Missions Conference Report Dr. Lamar King 

8: 1 5 Director of Missions Report Rev. Ken Boaz 

8:30 Message . . . Rev. Bill Peacock, Associate Director, Volunteers in Missions of 1MB and 

Former Missionary to Korea 

9:00 Benediction Mrs. Marie Robinson 



The session tomorrow will be at Perkinsville Baptist Church beginning at 9:00 A.M. 

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SECOND DAY 
October 22, 1997 



PERKINSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
9:00 Hymn 

Scripture Reading and Prayer Dr. David Browning, Laurel Fork 

Welcome , Member of Perkinsville 

Roll Call of Churches Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 

9:10 History of Perkinsville Baptist Church Mr. Earl Greene 

9:20 Hospice Report Rev. Roger Nevvton 

9:25 Christian Stewardship Report Rev. Dean Coffey 

9:30 Memorials Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 

9:35 Camp Joy Report . Rev. Doug Robinson 

9:40 Baptist Children's Home of NC Report Mr. J. Warren Steen, Representative 

9:50 Miscellaneous Business 

9:55 Committee on Committees Report Mr. Jerry Adams 

10:00 Hymn 

10:05 Baptist Student Union Report Mr. Bud Fisher 

Special Music; 

10:15 Message Rev. Phil Davis, Nations Ford Baptist Church 

10:45 Place and Preacher Report Rev. Don Holder 

10:50 Resolutions Committee Report Rev. Richard Miller 

10:55 Executive Committee Report Rev. Gordon Rawls 

11:05 Hymn 

Special Music: Ministers' Group 
11:15 Scripture and Prayer Rev. Elliott Hayes, Middle Fork 

Annual Sermon Rev. Allan Blume, Mt. Vernon 

1 1:45 Prayer and Thanksgiving Member of Perkinsville 



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Registration 



AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION 
3 1 Churches; 97 Messengers; 1 30 Total Registration 
Visitors included: Mr. Coy Jeans, Baptist Foundation; 
Dr. Carlton Mitchell, Professor Emeritus of Wake Forest University; 
Mr. Bill Peacock, International Mission Board 

MORNING SESSION 
27 Churches; 78 Messengers; 9 1 Total Registration 
Visitors included: Rev. Phil Davis, Nations Ford Baptist Church; 
Mr. Warren Steen, Baptist Children's Homes 




of the 
157th Annual Session 
Three Forks Baptist Association 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

1 . The meeting convened with music by Ms. Susie Fisk and Ms. Judy Shoemaker. 

2. Rev. Don Holder, Pastor Mount Calvary, led in singing "Wherever He Leads I'll Go". 

3. Mr. Andrew Rawls, Laurel Springs, read scripture from Matthew 4:18-20 and led in 

prayer. 

4. Rev. Holder, host pastor, welcomed those attending the Annual Meeting. 

5. Rev. Gordon Rawls, Moderator, called the meeting to order with a motion and second; 

motion carried. 

6. The Order of Business was adopted as printed. 

7. Visitors recognized included: Mr. Coy Jeans, Baptist Foundation. 

8. At the roll call, 30 churches were represented. 

9. Rev. Ken Boaz, Director of Missions, gave the Associationa! Council Report. 

10. Mrs. Geiene Atwood pr^ented the Nominating Committee report. It was adopted 

as printed. 

1 1 . Rev. Herbert Hash, prison chaplain, reported on his work at the local correctional 

institution. 

12. Dr. Carlton Mitchell, Religion Professor Emeritus, Wake Forest University, brought 

the afternoon m^sage using scriptures from Exodus 19:5-6, ! Peter 2:9-10 and 
Revelation 1:4-7, His topic was the priesthood of the believer. 

1 3. Mr. Tom Moore gave the Resort Area Ministries (RAM) report. 

14. Mr. Dennis Greene, Treasurer, presented the treasurer's report (unaudited at this 

time). The report was accepted as printed. 

15. Mr. Bob Washburn, Chairman of Finance Committee, presented the Finance Committee 

report. Rev. Boaz added recommendation from the Associationa! Council to delete 
line item 519 General Board (this is covered at the state level) and add $100 of that 



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money to line ftenri 412 Senior Adults and $150 to miscellaneous line item 901. The 
amendment was approved. The amended budget was then approved as otherwise 
printed. 

1 6. The congregation sang "Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us". 

17. Rev. Doug Robinson, Camp Joy Direaor, presented recommended changes in the 

constitution from that committee to be voted on tomorrow. 

1 8. Rev. Bud Russell gave the Sunday School report. 

19. Rev. Darrell Bare, Discipleship Supporter, gave his report. 

20. Mrs. Ellen Norris, VBS Director, gave a report on this year's event. 

2 1 . Rev. Chuck Edmondson, Evangelism Director, gave a report on events coming up this 

year. 

22. Mr. Earl Greene, Historian, read a history of Mount Calvary Baptist Church. 

23. Rev. J.G. Early, General Board representative, presented the General Board report; 

report vm accepted as given. 

24. Rev. Harold Bennett, Jr. presented a special recognition to Rev. CO. Vance on behalf 

of Three Forks Association. Rev. Vance was unable to be with us to personally 
receive this honor. 

25. Mr. Randall Beshears, Stony Fork, read scripture from Acts 8:26-40 using a Braille Bible 

and Rev. Vernon Eller led in prayer. 

26. Rev. James Hagaman, pastor Zion Hill and Rich Mountain brought the Annual Sermon. 

27. Mr. Monty Melton, Mount Calvary, led in prayer and thanksgiving for the evening 

meal. 



EVENING SESSION 

28. A band from Laurel Springs, "Stain", brought special music. 

29. Rev. Don Holder, Vice-Moderator, presided over the evening session. 

30. Rev. Don Holder, pastor Mount Calvary, wekomed new pastors including: Rev. joe 

Riley Blevins, Emmanuel. 

3 1 . Mrs. Mary Snead, Senior Adult Director, gave her report. 

32. WMU Director, Mrs. Judy Branch, gave her report on that organization's events this 

year. 

33. Rev. Steve Leashomb, Brotherhood Director, gave his report. 

34. Rev. Dean Coffey gave the Missions Development Council report. 

35. Rev. Gordon Rawls gave the report on the New York Partnership. 

36. Mr. Skip Greene reported on the Ukraine Partnership. 

37. Rev. Rawls presided over the remainder of the evening session. 

38. Rev. Don Rogers reported on the South Africa Partnership. 

39. Rev. Lamar King, Director World Missions Conference, reported on that event. 

40. The Director of Missions gave his report. 

4 1 . Rev. Bill Peacock, Associate Director, Volunteers in Misstons, International Missions 

Board brought the missions message. 

42. Mrs. Marie Robinson, Cove Creek, led the benediction. 



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MORNING SESSION 



43. Rev. Richard Miller, Greenway, led in singing "At Calvary". 

44. Dr. David Broviming, Laurel Fork, led in scripture reading from I Peter 1:13-17 and 

prayer. 

45. Mrs. Judy Branch, Perkinsvlile Church Secretary, welcomed this session of the Annual 

Meeting. 

46. At the roll call 27 church^ were represented. 

47. Mr. Greene read a history of Perkinsville Baptist Church. 

48. Rev. Roger Newton, Hospice Chaplain, gave a report on Hospice of Watauga. 

49. Rev. Coffey, Stewardship Director, gave his report. 

50. Mrs. Sue McGhinnis, Clerk, presented the memorials from the churches and led in 

prayer. 

5 1 . Mr. Warren Steen, Children's Home representative, reported on their work. 

52. Mrs. Linda Sutton, Mission Friends Consultant, presented the Children's Homes with 

$1,158 from Mission Friends in the Association. 

53. Rev. Robinson gave the Camp Joy r^ort. 

54. The Constitutional changes for Camp Joy were presented for discussion. After a call 

for questions and a second, the change were accepted upon the vote. 

55. Rev. Bud Russell gave a report on Seminary Extension and recommended a temporary 

committee be permitted to study the need for and resourc*^ available in our 
association for seminary extension. The recommendation carried upon the vote. 

56. Mr. Jerry Adams. Chairman, gave the Committee on Committees report and moved 

its adoption. Motion carried upon the second. 

57. Mr. Bud Fisher, Baptist Student Union (BSU) Direaor, gave the BSU report. 

58. Miss Lori Jenkins, BSU member, testified about her time spent in the Czech Republic 

through the BSU. 

59. Mr. Nicholas Allen, BSU member, shared his experiences with Witn^. a BSU sponsored 

singing group. 

60. Mr. Allen also brought special music singing "Answer His Call". 

61. Rev. Phil Davis, Nations Ford Baptist Church, Charlotte, brought the morning message 

from Gen^is 5: ! -4; 1 2. 

62. Rev. HoWer presented the Place and Preacher report (printed elsewhere in this annual.) 

63. Rev. Miller gave the Resolutions Committee report. 

64. Rev. Rawls gave the Executive Committee report. 

65. Rev. Bennett presented Rev. CO. Vance with a plaque in special recognition of his 

years of service in our Association (since he was able to be with us today.) 

66. Rev. Miller led in singing "How Great Thou Art". 

67. Rev. Elliott Hayes led in scripture reading from loike 16:10-13 and led in prayer. 

68. Rev. Allan Blume. pastor Mount Vernon, brought the Annual Sermon. 

69. The 157th Annual Meeting adjourned upon a motion and second. 

70. Rev. Boaz led the benediction. 



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Mount Caivary Baptist Church 



"State of North Carolina, Watauga County 
We, J.W. Hall and D.C. Harmon, Elders of the Regular Baptist 
Church of Christ, being called upon by the following brothers and 
sisters: S.M. Johnson, J.W. Rowe, J.C, Chappell, Mahala Rowe, 
Martha Chappell, Vina Gwaltney, Mary Johnson, Enr^aline Darwen. 
And after careful examination as to their faith and praaice and 
finding them authoritive and orderly have organized and constituted 
them into a church of Christ with full authority to transact business. 
D.C. Harmon, J.W. Hall." 

D.C. Harmon was a member of Antioch Church where he joined from Cobb's Creek, 
Tennessee. He served as Associationa! Moderator in 1875-77. J.W. Hall was a member of 
Brushy Fork Church where he joined from Cub Creek in Wilkes County. Thus began the Beech 
Mountain Baptist Church in 1879 and whose name W3S changed to Mt. Calvary on July 16, 1886. 
The first meetings of the body were held in a log house belonging to Joel Shoemaker. In 1885 
its first building was construaed. The congr^ation had grown by !5 baptisms and I restoration. 
This body seemed destined to grow and in 1904 a second church building stood on the land 
which Brother Will Shoemaker donated. This building was used until 1934 when the present 
building was constructed. 

This congregation has an outstanding record of gift-giving which includes church sites, 
cemetery land, pastorium and roadway sites, communion table, pulpit chairs, velvet draperies, 
memorial windows, a sound system, architectural services, sanctuary chandeliers, carillon bells, 
and others. There is an infectious pride witnessed when the members refer to their church. 

Early in its history, there was a desire to move ahead. In 1880, Mt. Calvary joined the 
Three Forks Association. Some of the highlights of its history are found in the following: the first 
Home Missions offering was taken in 1897; the first Foreign Mission offering recorded a total of 
$.30; in 1903 the first Sunday School was organized; the W.M.U. was organized in 1931 and 
expanded to include Sunbeams and R.A.S the following year; joined the Cooperative Program in 
1941; in 1934 the B.Y.P.U. was organized; the Brotherhood was begun in 1963; the Biblical 
Recorder was purchased for every family and a broadcast ministry was begun in 1977; a new 
Fellowship Wing was dedicated in June, 1981 ; new choir robes were purchased in 1985; in 1992 
a handbell choir was b<^un from gifts from various members of the congregation and community; 
in 1994 carillon bells were installed to minister to the community. These bells were a gift from 
Earl and Ruth Shoemaker. 

Throughout its growth, land donors have played a vital role in its expansion. These 
include Mr. Will Shoemaker, Mr. Ambrose Gwaltney, Mr. James Shoemaker, Mr. Ed Bentley, and 
Mrs. Mary Chappell. The entire congregation has donated untold hours in labor to their beloved 
church and its programs including a complete sanctuary renovation in 1989. At this time a 
historical room was established where valuable history is preserved. 



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Out of this body have come 4 ordained ministers: J.J. McGinnis, Sidney King, Roby 
Painter, and Ira Hodges. A5so from this body have come 4 organized churches: Elk Valley, 1 886; 
Messimore in Mitchell County, 1903; White Rock, 1945; and Valley Haven, 1948. 

One interesting note in the minutes states that in 1886 the body voted to pay the pastor 
monthly. Also in 1897 it is recorded that a sexton was employed for one year and he was to 
receive the sum of three dollars - church was to supply the wood. An interesting reference was 
made to the purchasing of song books as two and one-half dozen were to be bought at the price 
of $.30 each. 

As stated previously, this church has been mission-minded from the b^inning. Local 
needs are met when people are sick or in need. The ministry in Haiti is supported. In 1978, 
Dana Rominger went to Zaire, Africa to help build a house in conjunction with Habitat for 
Humanity. The Resort Area Ministry is a vital area of service from this body. Financial support 
is also given to the Chaplaincy Program of Cannon and Garrett Memorial Hospitals. 

Two pastoriums have served this body. The first was renovated and now serves as an 
educational, youth, and office building. 

Mt. Calvary first hosted the Three Forks Baptist Association in 191 1. 'The delegates 
traveled by wagon, horseback, and on foot. The host church provided food and lodging for both 
man and beast. So many attended that homes were unable to provide enough beds. Many of 
the men slept on hay in the barns." Don't worry. With all the modern conveniences, we 
anticipate that this will not happen today. 

One of the highlights of the year is the Fourth of July Community Picnic. This all day 
event is thoroughly enjoyed by all - both young and old. Another highlight is the dinner provided 
to Lees-McRae College students upon their return in the fall. Senior luncheons and first 
Wednesday fellowship meals are always enjoyed by those attending. 

Numerous pastors have served this body. Rev. Don Holder is serving as its present 
pastor of this body whose membership numbers 388. 

While visiting one of the older members of this body, she stated. "We're hurting. We 
have to drag out chairs in the aisle every Sunday morning to seat the people." What a wonderful 
problem! That isn't surprising, though, when we learn that there have been 49 additions to the 
church last year. 

Truly, when Mt. Calvary was organized, God had great things in store for them and the 
community. May God richly bless you as you expand and share the Gospel in a marvelous way. 
You are certainly witnesses in our world today. 

Earl Greene 
Historian, 1997 



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Perkinsville Grove Baptist Church 



As the area of Perkinsville grew, so did the need and desire for a church. In March, 1 947, 
a Sunday School was organized and met in an abandoned store building - the Baker building 
across the road from the church's present site. Borrowed pews from the Timbered Ridge 
Baptist Church were used for seating. 

On June 29, 1947, fifteen members joined as one group led by Rev. N.M. Greene and 
aided by Revs. R.C. Eggers and W.D. Ashley, organized the present Perkinsville Baptist Church. 
At this meeting six converts were added as well as ten persons coming under the watchcare of 
the church. This new body, now 32 strong, accepted the pulpit Bible and record book as a gift 
from Rev. R.C. Eggers. Rev. N.M. Greene was elected as its first pastor; Woodrow Greene, 
Clerk; Hoye Greene, Treasurer; S.J. Barnes, Sunday School Superintendent; and Deacons N.L. 
Barnes and Judd Barnes. 

On Tuesday. August 26, 1 947 this newborn group joined the Three Forks Association and 
was the recipient of a $64.00 collection taken by the Association on their behalf. 

The store building continued to house the church for approximately two years until, with 
the help of the Baptist State Convention and local volunteer labor and donations, the church 
building could be constructed on land donated by Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Barn^. Other gifts 
would follow. 

The first pastor, Rev N.M. Greene, resigned on April 1 1, 1948 and went on to serve in 
the capacity of Associational Missionary. The present Association office is a gift from his family 
in his honor. Rev. C.H. Kincaid was elected on July 4, 1948 and on December 4, 1948, the first 
service was held in the sanctuary, although the building was not yet completed. From that time 
many improvements have been made: additional lots were purchased in 1953 and ten years later 
a new educational building was completed, the front of the church has been completely 
renovated and many other improvements have been made both in outreach and building 
expansion. 

This body has been mission-minded from its early beginning. The records show 
contributions to other churches for their building or remodeling programs, helping financially to 
repair N.M. Greene's home to be used as a missionary home, helping with hospital bills when 
members were in need, and many others. Once a minister lost his wife and car in an automobile 
accident and a contribution was made to help replace his car so he could continue to preach the 
gospel. One widow was the recipient of wood for fuel while another was given monetary 
support. Young people have been encouraged. It is on record that some youth were given a 
portion of their tuition when there was a need. It is interesting to note that on May 14, 1958, 
it was duly approved that the church "write a letter to the Local Selective Service Board stating 

that is studying for the Gospel ministry at Wingate Junior College under the auspices of 

the Perkinsville Baptist Church. Also a letter be sent to the Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary at Louisville, Kentucky." 



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This church had its meager financial beginning. The first pastor's salary is recorded as 
$275.47 for the year, but there is far more than money at this church. There is a compassion 
and love for the total church family. Once a difficulty arose between the pastor and a member. 
In love they discussed it and settled it in such a Christian manner that others were moved to 
seek forgiveness also in the same manner. What a tribute! 

A total of 14 pastors have served this witnessing fellowship with Dr. Steven Carreker 
presently serving as Interim of the 380 member congr^ation. 

Recently, Mrs. Eula T^ter retired after 34 years of faithful service as Custodian. That is 
only one example of the willingness to serve found in this body. 

As Perkinsville seeks for a pastor, they can rest assured that God is watching over them 
because He has marvelous blessings in store for this progressive church. May you remain a 
lighthouse to all who pass your way. 

Earl Greene 
Historian, 1997 



Historical Events 

BEECH VALLEY: Addition to fellowship hall. 

COVE CREEK: Observed i98th birthday of church; dedicated new picnic shelter. 
PERKINSVILLE: Celebrated SOth anniversary. 

SOUTH FORK: Licensed Mr. Thomas Whray to the ministry; completed and dedicated new 
sanctuary; remodeled old sanctuary into a fellowship hall. 



Messengers to the Annual Meeting 

BEECH VALLEY - Mrs Pauline Brown, Mr Roscoe Brown, Rev Bill Warren, Mrs Libby Warren 
BETHEL - Rev Dean Coffey, Mrs Fairylee Coffey, Ms Irene Farthing, Ms Frieda Long 
BLOWING ROCK, FIRST - Mr Roy Holder, Mr Tom Moore, Rev Don C Rogers 
BRUSHY FORK - Mr Lee Anderson, Mrs Reba Brooks, Mrs Reba Eller, Mr Ted Eller, Mrs 

Wanda C Fox, Mrs Nancy B Greer, Mrs Susie B Greer, Mrs Lora G Hollar, 

Mrs Maxine Hollars 

COOL SPRINGS - Mrs Mabel Bowman, Mrs Sharon Bryant, Rev Rick Turbyfil! 

COVE CREEK - Mrs Carolyn H Adams, Mr Jerry Adams, Mrs Faye W Deal, Mr Mark A 

Miller, Mrs Tena C Miller, Rev Douglas E Robinson, Mrs Marie C Robinson, Mr Dean 

Swift, Mrs Juanita V Swift, Mrs Nora M Wilson 
EMMANUEL - Rev Joe C Blevins, Mr Sammy B Church, Mrs Shirley Church, Mr Carl C 

Tuttle, Mrs Pattie Tuttle 
GAP CREEK - Mrs Dottie Coffey, Rev Paul Coffey, Mrs Ruth Miller 



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GREENWAY - Rev Harold Bennett, Jr., Mrs Judy Branch, Mr James Eller, Mrs Phyllis Eller, Rev 
James C Jones, Mrs Polly Jones, Mrs Mary Ann Lawrence, Dr Jack Lawrence, Sr, Rev 
Richard N Miller, Mrs Blanche K Roberts, Mr John B Robinson, Mrs Peggy Trivett 
HOWARD'S CREEK - Mr Chris Brady, Mr Dennis Hampton, Mrs Mary Snead 
LAUREL FORK - Dr David E Browning, Mrs LaMena Browning, Ms Jennifer Coffey, Mr Keith 
Perry, Mr Alton Taylor 

LAUREL SPRINGS - Mrs Grace Greene, Mrs Katie Hampton, Mrs Dulus Thomas, Mr Lewis 

Thomas, Mrs Elma Trivette 
MABEL - Mr Lewis Burkett, Mrs Peggy Burkett, Mrs Teresa Mostellar, Mr Vernon Shelton 
MEAT CAMP - Mr Earl Greene, Mrs Nora Greene 

MIDDLE FORK - Mr Herbert Hampton, Mrs Nettie Hampton, Mrs Roseanna Hayes 
MOUNT CALVARY - Ms Launa Carender, Ms Lavola Carender 

MOUNT VERNON - Ms Janice Acrey. Rev K Allan Blume. Rev Keith C Critcher, Mrs Betty H 
Greene, Rev Kevin Knight, Ms Linda Moore, Rev Bud Russell, Mr Jim Shoemake, Mr Bob 
E Washburn, 

OAK GROVE - Mrs Lucille Greene. Ms Nan Greene, Ms Kathleen Ward 
PERKINSVILLE - Mrs Gracie Bowman, Mrs Catherine Cole, Mrs Nannie Edmisten 
PLEASANT GROVE - Mr Tom Cook, Mrs Wilma Cook, Ms Wiima Greene, Mr Ronnie Hayes, 

Ms Nadine Mangrum, Mrs Sue McGhinnis, Mrs Beulah Sanders, 
POPLAR GROVE - Mrs Marie Critcher, Mrs Margie Townsend 
PROFFIT'S GROVE - Mr Jim Bryan, Mr John Johnson. Mr Ralph Proffrt 

RICH MOUNTAIN - Mr Doug McNeil, Mrs Deborah McNeil, Mr Carter Moretz, Ms Mary J 
Norris 

RUTHERWOOD - Mr Boyden O Atwood, Mrs Gelene A Atwood, Rev Daryl Beck, Mrs Jan Beck, 

Mrs Glenola Clemens, Mrs Annie Sain 
SHULLS MILLS - Rev Archie Clawson, Mrs Irene Clawson 

SOUTH FORK - Mrs Jo Ann Jones, Mr Leslie E Norris, Mrs Osa R Norris, Mrs Barbara Stophel 
STONY FORK - Mrs Sandra Blankenship, Mr James Brown, Rev Vernon Eller, Mr Harlan Greene, 
Mr Leroy Harris 

TABERNACLE - Ms Delia Cook, Mrs Helen Moretz. Mrs Joyce Waters, Rev Gary Watson, Mrs 
Vertie Watson 

THREE FORKS - Rev Darrell Bare, Mrs Edith Brookshire, Mrs Christine Harmon. Mrs Ruby 
Michael 

UNION - Rev Bill Warren, Mrs Libby Warren 
WHITE ROCK - Mr Hade Smith, Mrs Ada Smith 
WILLOW VALLEY - Rev Ray Greene, Mr David Warren 
WILLOWDALE - Rev Chuck Edmondson 

ZION HILL - Mr Bill Harmon, Mrs Wanda Vines, Mr Tommy Joe Ward 

ZIONVILLE - Mrs Dora Burkett, Mrs Patricia Hodges, Mr Earl Miller, Mrs Lucille Miller 



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Association Officers Directory 



BROTHERHOOD 

Director 

Rev Steve Leashomb, 1564 Sllverstone Road, Zlonviile 28698 297-5778 

Baptist Men Director 

Mr Skip Greene, 102 Appalachian Street, Boone 28607 262-1072 

RA Director 



CAMP JOY 

Director 

Rev Doug Robinson, 846 Old US Hwy 421. Sugar Grove 28679 . . . 297-3869 
Committee 

Mr James Lawrence, 520 Odes Wilson Road, Zionville 28698 297-1324 

Mrs Maiy Ann Lawrence, 1 33 Leah Drive, Boone 28607 264-3934 

Mrs Carolyn Adams. PC Box 126, Sugar Grove 28679 297-2403 

Rev Steve Leashomb. 1564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698 ..... 297-5778 

Mr Joe Isaacs, 260 Main Haven Drive, Vilas 28692 297-1 1 1 1 

Mr Merle Todd, Old Hwy 60, Boone 28607 264-0152 

CLERK 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679 . 297-1510 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Rev Ken Boaz, 5 1 3 Jefferson Road, Boone 28607 264-4482 

DISCIPLESHIP TRAINII^G 

Supporter 

Rev Darrell Bare, 1922 Hwy 421 E. Boone 28607 262-1307 

Co-Supporter 

Rev Herbert Hash, 1 72 Anne Marie Drive. Boone 28607 264-2586 

Bible Drill Coordinator 

Mrs Gail Bennett, 148 Cedarwood Heights, Boone 28607 264-4188 

EVANGELISM 
Director 

Rev Chuck Edmondson. PO Box 37. Vilas 28692 297-1919 

Committee 

Rev Paul Coffey. PO Box 17, Deep Gap 28618 264-0638 

Rev Doug Robinson. 846 Old US Hvs^ 421, Sugar Grove 28679 . . . 297-3869 

Rev Dean Burris. 684 Ray Brown Road, Boone 28607 262-9848 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Mr Bob V^ashburn, 148 Deer Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3434 

Mrs Vee Critcher, 845 Pine Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3004 

Mr John Carwile, 145 Glen Cove Lane. Boone 28607 264-6329 

Mrs Keeta Norris. 139 Harley Perry Road. Zionville 28698 297-4028 

Mr Harlan Greene, 384 Hayes Wellborn Road, Deep Gap 28618 264-3361 

Rev Ray Greene. 505 Clark Swift Road, Vilas 28692 297-1785 



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HISTORIAN 

Mr Earl Greene. 1 19 Earl Greene Road. Boone 28607 264-8503 

MEDIA DIRECTOR 

Ms Earlene Campbell, 1 16 Grand Boulevard 2-B. Boone 28607 264-4628 

MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 
Director 

Mr Dean Coffey, 210 Margot Road. Boone 28607 264-5474 

Committee 

Mr Brent Hodges. 238 Hickory Lane. Boone 28607 264-1877 

Ms Earlene Campbell, 1 16 Grand Boulevard 2-B. Boone 28607 264-4628 

Mr Manning Gambrell. 8824 NC Hwy 194 S. Banner Elk 28604 . . . 963-4701 

Mr Bob Oliver, 3477 Old Hwy 42 1 . Vilas 28692 297-4947 

Mr Chuck Phillips, 4041 Hwy 105 S, Boone 28607 963-7293 

Mr John D Cook. Jr. 162 Crest Drive, Boone 28607 . 262-5307 

Mrs Irene Greene. PO Box 121. Blowing Rock 28605 295-7126 

Mr Wendell Fox. 2173 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698 297-1041 

Rev Archie Clav^on. 1273 Rainbow Trail, Boone 28607 264-8070 

MODERATOR 

Rev Gordon Rawls, 3215 Old NC Hwy 60, Deep Gap 28618 . 264-9520 

MUSIC MINISTRY 
Director 

Mr Billy Ralph Winkler, 330 Wild Rose Une. Boone 28607 264-3330 

Committee 

Mrs Kathy Butler. 362 Burkett Road. Boone 28607 262-1227 

Mrs Nancy Wood. 820 Aho Road, Blowing Rock 28605 295-3530 

Mrs Phyllis Templeton, 789 Stadium Drive, Boone 28607 ........ 264-2157 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

Mrs Gelene Atwood, 3674 Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-8222 

Mr Steve Ward, 784 W King Street, Boone 28607 262-1604 

Mrs Joyce Hampton. 652 Critcher Road, Boone 28607 264-3924 

Mr Glenn Hodges, 301 Pinnacle Drive, Boone 28607 264-8376 

Mr Joel Coffey, 8423 US Hwy 421. Deep Gap 28618 264-2077 

Mrs Janice Ashley, 594 Jordan V Cooke Road, Boone 28607 264-4706 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

Rev JG Early, 5098 US Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-0194 

Rev Donald Critcher, 190 Wyoming Ridge, Blowing Rock 28605 262-0688 

Mr Harlan Greene, 384 Hayes Wellborn Road, Deep Gap 28618 264-3361 

Rev Chuck Edmondson. PO Box 37, Vilas 28692 297-1919 

Rev Gordon Rawls, 3215 NC Hwy Old 60. Deep Gap 28618 264-9520 

Rev Steve Leashomb. 1564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698 297-5778 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Mrs Melanie Greene. 220 Kalmia Lane. Boone 28607 262-1916 

Rev Lynn Powers, 2079 Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-7125 

Rev Don Rogers, PO Box 554. Blowing Rock 28605 295-7709 



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PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Rev Ken Boaz, 513 Jefferson Road. Boone 28607 264-4482 

Mr Bill Bowman, 223 Laurel Fork Road, Vilas 28692 297-3564 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679 297-1510 

Rev Gordon Rawls, 3215 Old US Hwy 60. Deep Gap 28618 264-9520 

Rev Don Holder. 101 Ponderosa Lane, Banner Elk 28604 898-4682 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Mr Bill Edmisten, PO Box ! 307. Boone 28607 264-2346 

Mr David Ednnisten. 407 Hilltop Drive. Boone 28607 264-0920 

Mr Henry Glenn. 1 177 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove 28679 297-3596 

SECRETARY 

Mrs Tena Miller. 449 Will Combs Hollow Road. Vilas 28692 297-3539 

SEMINARY EXTENSION 
Director 

Rev Bud Russell. 330 Duke Drive. Vilas 28692 297-4880 

Committee 

Mrs Gelene Atwood. 3674 Hwy 421 S, Boone 28607 264-8222 

Mr Richard Miller. 521 Country Une, Boone 28607 264-3417 

Rev Chuck Edmondson, PO Box 37. Vilas 28692 297-1919 

SENIOR ADULT DIRECTOR 

Mrs Mary Snead, 3586 Bairds Creek Road. Vilas 28692 297-4002 

SINGLE ADULT DIRECTOR 



STEWARDSHIP DIRECTOR 

Mr Greg Home, PO Box 1636, Blowing Rock 28605 963-8232 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Director 

Rev Richard Miller, 521 Country Lane, Boone 28607 264-3417 

ASSISTeam 
Preschool Director: 

Mrs Ellen Norris. 269 Triple E Drive. Boone 28607 264-3141 

Children's Director: 

Mr Mike Surber, Chapel Hills Drive. Boone 28607 264-6950 

Youth Director: 

Mr Joe London. 190 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607 262-0491 

Adult Director: 

Mr Lewis Thomas. 195 Meadowbrook Lane. Boone 28607 264-8776 

TREASURER 

Mr. Dennis Greene (Interim), 2146 Blowing Rock Road. Boone 28607 .... 264-8231 
TRUSTEES 

Mr Bill Sherwood, 2176 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove 28679 297-2243 

Mr John Robinson, 871 Greenway Road, Boone 28607 264-9381 

Mr Ed Critcher, 845 Pine Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3004 



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VBS DIRECTOR 

Mrs Ellen Norris, 269 Triple E Drive. Boone 28607 264-3141 

VICE MODERATOR 

Rev Don Holder, 101 Ponderosa Lane. Banner Elk 28604 898-4682 

WOMEN ON MISSION 

Director 

Mrs Judy Branch. 275 Delmar Street, Boone 28607 264-1 137 

WMU Leadership T eam 
Assistant WMU Director: 

Mrs Ann McMillan. 479 Boulder Gardens Road. Boone 28607 963-6380 

Secretary/Treasu rer : 

Ms Jennifer Coffey. 1757 Aho Road, Boone 28607 295-75 14 

Co-Women on Mission Consultants: 

Mrs Gelene Atv^ood. 3674 Hwy 421 S. Boone 28607 264-8222 

Mrs Jackie Lawrence. 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville 28698 .... 297- 1 324 
Acteens Consultant: 

Mrs Sally Whitson, 470 Highland Avenue. Boone 28607 265-1920 

Girls in Action Consultant: 

Ms Nancy Franklin, 184 Gilbert Barnes Road. Boone 28607 ...... 264-8555 

Mission Friends Consultant: 

Mrs Linda Sutton, 188 East King Street, Boone 28607 264-0948 

Associational Churchwide Missions Consultant 



Missions Involvement Consultant: 

Mrs Diane Lambert, 166 Autumn Ridge Road. Boone 28607 264-7056 

WORLD MISSION CONFERENCE 
Director 

Dr Lamar King. PO Box 3518. Boone 28607 264-2441 

Committee 

Mr Don Norrington, 324 Poplar Hill Drive, Boone 28607 265-4933 

Mr & Mrs George Clemens, 236 Mine Branch Road, Blowing Rock 28605 . . . 

264-0937 

Mr & Mrs Perry Greene, 234 Farthing Street, Boone 28607 264-0877 

Mr John Cook, 787 Hilcrest Circle, Boone 28607 264-2384 

Mr Harold Bennett. Jr., 148 Cedarwood Heights, Boone 28607 . . . 264-4188 

Mrs Judy Branch, 275 Delmar Street, Boone 28607 264-1 137 

Mr Dennis Greene. 2146 Blowing Rock Road, Boone 28607 264-8231 

Mrs Jackie Lawrence, 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville 28698 .... 297-1324 

WORSHIP CONSULTANT 

Rev Allan Blume, 454 Deerfield Forest Parkway, Boone 28607 265-0220 

YOUTH DIRECTOR 



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Representatives on Associational Board 



BEECH VALLEY Mr Rhonda Harmon. 630 George Wilson Road. Boone 28607 

Mr Elijah Presnell, 627 Love Hollow Road, Vilas 28692 

BETHEL Rev Dean Coffey. 210 Margot Road, Boone 28607 

Mr Bill Sherwood, 2176 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove 28679 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST ... Col Lewington S Ponder, 102 Ridgetop Drive, Blowing Rock 28605 

BOONE. FIRST Mrs Barbara Woodrow, 266 Momingside Drive, Boone 28607 

BRUSHY FORK Mr Oliver T Adams. 232 Adams Road. Vilas 28692 

Rev Ray A Minton. 1 92 Cottontail Trail. West Jefferson 28694 

COOL SPRINGS Mrs Mabel Bowman. 359 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605 

Mrs Sharon Bryant, 256 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605 
Rev Rick Turbyfill. 455 Wlllowdale Church Road. Vilas 28692 

COVE CREEK ... Mrs Carolyn H Adams. PO Box 1 26. Sugar Grove 28679 

Rev Douglas E Robinson. 846 Old US Hwy 421 . Sugar Grove 28679 

EMMANUEL Rev Joe R Blevins. PO Box 291 , Jefferson 28640 

Mr Sammy B Church. PO Box .347. Deep Gap 28618 
Mrs Shiriey Church, PO Box 347. Deep Gap 28618 

GAP CREEK Mr A M Cheek. 499 AM Cheek Road. Fleetwood 28626 

GREENWAY Mr John B Robinson, 871 Greenway Road, Boone 28607 

LAUREL FORK . Mr Nathan Perry, 1 759 Aho Road, Boone 28607 

Mrs Shawn Perry, 1 759 Aho Road, Boone 28607 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Larry Idol, i 36 Day Drive. Boone 28607 

Mr Jim Wilson, PO Box 214. Fleetwood 28626 

MABEL Mr Bobby Mosteller. 642 Greer Lane, Vilas 28692 

Mr Neil Oliver, 4458 Old US Hv^ 421, Zionville 28698 

MEAT CAMP Mr Bill Clawson, 1 79 Clyde Williams Drive, Boone 28607 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Herbert Hampton, 140 Deer Street, Boone 28607 

MOUNT CALVARY Ms Launa Carender, Route 3 Box 860, Banner Elk 28604 

Ms Lavola Carender, Route 3 Box 860. Banner Elk 28604 
Mr Dallas Locklear, 815 Old Farm Road. Banner Elk 28604 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Johnny Gragg, 1 26 Woodland Drive. Boone 28607 

PLEASANT GROVE Mr Tom Cook. 1 5 1 2 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698 

Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove 28679 

POPLAR GROVE Mr Willie Bennett. 877 Russ Comett Road, Boone 28607 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Eugene Braswell, 1 19 Pro Street. Todd 28684 

Rev Del mar James, 1 34 Hicks Road, Sugar Grove 28679 
Mr John Johnson. 4240 Meat Camp Road, Todd 28684 

RICH MOUNTAIN . Mr Allan Culler, 2714 Clark's Creek Road. Banner Elk 28604 

Mr Dan Miller. 6214 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Steward B Brown. Jr., 1 20 Laurel Crest Road, Boone 28607 

SOUTH FORK Mr David Holman, 5928 Castle Ford Road. Todd 28684 

Rev Homer Murdock, PO Box 27. Todd 28684 
Mr Denny Norris, 1 90 Norris Trail. Boone 28607 

THREE FORKS Mr Farthing Hayes. 1 32 Farthing Hayes Drive. Boone 28607 

Mr Chariie Williams. PO Box 2521 . Boone 28607 



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UNION Mr Carl Norris, 304 North Fork Road, Zionville 28698 

Mr Dewayn Oliver, I 39 Leah Lane, Vilas 28692 

WHITE ROCK Rev William H Smith, 1 79 Hade Smith Drive, Banner Elk 28604 

WILLOWDALE Rev Chuck Edmondson. PO Box 37. Vilas 28692 

ZION HILL Mr Bill Harmon, 405 Jimmy Billings Road. Vilas 28692 

ZIONVILLE Mr Ernest Combs. 7693 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville 28698 

Mr Allen Cornett. 7867 Old US Hwy 421 . Zionville 28698 
Mr Edgar P Pardue, 730 Mabel School Road, Zionville 28698 

PASTORS 

BEECH VALLEY Rev Bill Warren, 1474 Old Bristol Road. Boone 28607; 297-3563 

BETHEL Rev Dean Coffey. 210 Margot Road. Boone 28607; 264-5474 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Rev Donald C. Rogers. PO Box 554. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7709 

BOONE. FIRST Dr Lamar King. PO Box 3518, Boone 28607; 264-2441 

COOL SPRINGS Rev Rick Turbyfill, 455 Willowdale Church Road. Vlas 28692; 297-1464 

COVE CREEK Rev Douglas E Robinson. 846 Old US Hvy^' 421 , Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3869 

EMMANUEL Rev Joe R Blevins, PO Box 29 1 , Jefferson 28640; (910) 246-4309 

GAP CREEK Rev Paul Coffey, PO Box 17, Deep Gap 28618; 264-0638 

GREENWAY Rev D Harold Bennett. Jr., 148 Cedarwood Heights. Boone 28607; 264-4188 

HOWARD'S CREEK Rev Robert D Burris. 684 Ray Brown Road. Boone 28607; 262-9848 

LAUREL FORK Dr David E Browning. PO Box 2448, Blowing Rock 28605; 295-4210 

LAUREL SPRINGS Rev Gordon Rawls, 3215 Old Hwy 60, Deep Gap 28618; 264-9520 

MABEL Rev Carl Johnson. 280 Bob Campbell Road, Vlas 28692; 297-2669 

MIDDLE FORK Rev Elliott Hayes. 8923 US Hv^ 421 N. Vilas 28692; 297-4670 

MOUNT CALVARY Rev Donald E Holder, 101 Ponderosa Lane, Banner Elk 28604; 898-4682 

MOUNT VERNON Rev K Allan Blume, 454 Deerfield Forest Parkway, Boone 28607; 265-0220 

OAK GROVE Rev Steve Goss, 201 3 US Hwy 421 N. Boone 28607; 265-2943 

PLEASANT GROVE Rev Steven J Leashomb, 1 564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698; 297-5778 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Rev Delmar James, 134 Hicks Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3801 

RICH MOUNTAIN Rev James D Hagaman. 4545 Old US Hwy 421 . Zionville 28698; 297-2955 

RUTHERWOOD Rev James G Early, 5098 US 421 S, Boone 28607; 264-0194 

SHULLS MILLS Rev Archie Clawson. 1273 Rainbow Trail. Boone 28607; 264-8070 

SOUTH FORK Rev Homer Murdock, PO Box 27. Todd 28684; (910) 877-4920 

STONY FORK Rev Vernon Eller, 2653 Glady's Fork Road. Ferguson 28624; (910) 973-41 33 

TABERNACLE Rev Gary Watson, 404 Homestead Drive. Deep Gap 28618; 264-6938 

THREE FORKS Rev Darrell Bare, 1922 Hwy 421 E. Boone 28607; 262-1307 

UNION , Rev Arnt Greer, 850 North Fork Road, Zionville 28698; 297-2668 

WHITE ROCK Rev Orville D Wallace, Route I Box 163, Trade TN 37691 ; (423) 727-6109 

WILLOW VALLEY Rev Ray Greene. 505 Clark Swift Road. Vilas 28692; 297-1 735 

WILLOWDALE Rev Chuck Edmondson. PO Box 37, Vilas 28692; 297-1919 

ZION HILL Rev James Hagaman, 4545 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville 28698; 297-2955 

ZIONVILLE Rev CaH M Johnson. 289 Bob Campbell Road, Vilas 28692; 297-2669 



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ASSOCIATE PASTORS 



HOWARD'S CREEK Mr joe London. 190 Howard's Creek Road, Boone 28607; 262-0491 

MOUNT VERNON Rev Bud Russell. 330 Duke Drive. Boone 28692; 297-4880 



MSNiSTERS OIF EDUCATION 

COOL SPRINGS , Rev Rick TurbyfiH, 455 Willowdal© Church Road, Vilas 28692; 297-1464 

GREENWAY Rev Richard Miller, 521 Country Lane, Boone 28607; 264-3417 

MOUNT VERNON Rev Bud Russell, 330 Duke Drive, Boone 28692; 297-4880 



MINISTER OF MUSIC 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Rhonda Harmon, 630 George Wiison Road, Boone 28607; 264-7021 

BETHEL Mr Steve Rcklin, 3920 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST . Mr Charles L Lentz. 299 West Grandview Heights, Boone 28607; 264-5261 

BOONE. FIRST Mr Michael R Clawson, 5335 NC Hwy 194 N, Boone 28607; 264-8413 

COOL SPRINGS Ms Jenny Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

COVE CREEK Mrs Mary F Smith. PO BOX 188, Vilas 28692; 297-3470 

GAP CREEK . Mr Rodney Cheek. 570 AM Cheek Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-9687 

GREENWAY Mrs Tern Miller. 521 Country Lane. Boone 28607; 264-3417 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Jason Lanier. PO Box 1652. Boone 28607; 268-0070 

LAUREL FORK Mr Ricky Coffey. 31 1 Woodsong Trail. Boone 28607; 264-3383 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Bobby Idol. PO Box 1549. Boone 28607; 264-7001 

MABEL . Mr Neil Oliver, 4458 Old US Hwy 421 , Zionville 28698; 297-3653 

MEAT CAMP ...... Mrs Carolyn Greene. 15! Earl's Lane. Boone 28607; 264-1057 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Karen Coffey. 343 Hidden Valley Circle, Boone 28607; 265-3229 

MOUNT CALVARY Mrs Judy Shomaker, PO Box 244. Banner Elk 28604; 898-6645 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Keith Critcher, 165-E Meadowridge Estates, Boone 28607; 262-9936 

OAK GROVE Ms Kim Franklin, 560 Adams Road, Trade TN 37691 ; (423) 727-4796 

PERKINSVILLE Mi-s Vickie Marsh. 323 Farthing Street. Boone 28607; 264-9435 

PLEASANT GROVE Mr Tom Cook. 1512 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698; 297-2488 

POPLAR GROVE Mr Will Townsend, 31 3 Old Clayton Greene Road. Boone 28607; 963-4523 

PROFFIT'S GROVE . Ms Wanda Proffit. 358 Proffit Road. Boone 28607; 264-1548 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mr Mickeal Brov^m. 4964 Jonaluska Road. Boone 28607; 297-1788 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Tommy Phelps, 125 Northridge Drive. Boone 28607; 264-4467 

SHULLS MILLS Mr Nick Williams; (910) 667-4218 

SOUTH FORK Mr Eric Greene, 292 Burkett Road. Boone 28607; 264-2629 

STONY FORK Mrs Lesa Smith. 846 Smith Road, Deep Gap 28618; 264-5545 

UNION Mr Gregg Warren. 1363 Old Bristol Road. Boone 28607; 297-4636 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Kenny Greene. 1558 Phillips Branch Road. Vilas 28692; 297-2541 

WILLOWDALE .... Mr Chad Hicks. 215 Archway Drive. Vilas 28692; 297-4492 

ZION HILL . Mrs Wanda Vines. 6465 US Hwy 321 N, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3837 

ZIONVILLE Mr Edgar P Pardue. 730 Mabel School Road. Zionville 28698; 297-3874 



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MINISTERS OF YOUTH 

(or Youth Contaa) 



BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Rhonda L Gailes, PO Box 2624. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-CM53 

BOONE. FIRST , Mr Jonathan Douglas. 375 W King Street, Boone 28607; 264-2441 

COOL SPRINGS Mrs Thelma Cannon. 1 1 4 Carolina Avenue. Boone 28607; 264-2870 

COVE CREEK Mr Mark & Mrs Tena Miller. 449 Will Combs Hollow Road, Zionville 28698; 297-3539 

GAP CREEK Ms Ima Dean Summers. 421 1 Pine Swamp Road. Fleetwood 28645; (910) 877-3123 

GREENWAY Rev Richard Miller. 521 Country Lane. Boone 28607; 264-3417 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Joe London. 190 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 228607; 262-0491 

LAUREL FORK Mrs Janice Tolbert. 1 34 Hodges/Miller Road. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7757 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Jim Cade, 9360 Hwy 421 S, Deep Gap 28618; 262-3504 

MOUNT CALVARY Mr Noel Gressner. PO Box 1036. Banner Elk 28604; 898-6156 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Kevin Knight. 174 Adams Lane. Boone 28607; 265-1567 

PERKINSVILLE Mr Jeff Patton. 205 Bub Teams Road. Boone 28607; 265-3329 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Viola Greene, 2050 Poplar Grove Road S. Boone 28607; 963-5633 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mrs Marie Greene, 846 Meat Camp Road. Boone 28607; 264-5544 

RICH MOUNTIAN Ms Danielle Miller. 6167 Howar's Creek Road, Boone 28607; 

RUTHERWOOD .... Mr Gary & Mrs Vickie Taylor. 131 Old East Ridge Drive. Boone 28607; 265-4736 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Paula Woodring, 8663 NC Hv^ 194 N, Todd 28684; 264-7321 

STONY FORK Mr Kermit & Mrs Ruby Triplett. 365 Eagle Hills Road. Purlear 28665; 

THREE FORKS Rev Darrell Bare. 1922 E Hwy 421 E. Boone 28607; 262-1307 

UNION Mr Marty Wood. 1 88 Loafers Joy Drive. Zionville 28698; 297-5599 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Terry Harmon. 1 37 Circle Drive W. Vilas 28692; 297-2605 

WILLOWDALE Mr Chad Hicks. 215 Archway Drive. Vilas 28692; 297-4492 



MINISTERS OF CHILDREN 

BOONE. FIRST ... Ms Laura Arrowood, ASU Box 09683, Boone 28608. 262-3683 

COOL SPRINGS Mi-s Patsy V^lson. 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

MOUNT VERNON Ms Linda Moore, 3377 Bamboo Road. Boone 28607; 265-1256 

PROFFIT'S GROVE .... Ms Theresa Bryan. 486 Bryan Hollow Road. Boone 28607; 264-4280 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Ellen Norris, 269 Triple E Drive, Boone 28607, 264-3141 



MINISTERS OF PRESCHOOL 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mrs Debbie A Undenmuth. PO Box 204. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-9623 

COOL SPRINGS Mrs Patsy Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

MOUNT VERNON Ms Linda Moore. 3377 Bamboo Road. Boone 28607; 265-1256 



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MINISTERS OF RECREATION 



MOUNT VERNON Mr Kevin Knight. 174 Adams Lane. Boone 28607, 265-1567 

SOUTH FORK Mr Ted Mauney. 383 Cane Mill Road. Todd 28684. (910) 877-4905 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Jim Shropshire. 1 773 Andy Hicks Road. Banner Elk 28604; 297-5475 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mr Kirby Nelson. PO Box 1666. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-3708 

BOONE. FIRST Mr David DeHart. 365 Maple Ridge Drive. Boone 28607; 264-5347 

COVE CREEK Mr Steve Combs. 727 Joe Shoemaker Road, Vilas 28692; 297-4232 

EMMANUEL Mr Carl Tuttle, 1 325 Water Tank Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-1051 

GAP CREEK Mr Harry Summers, 421 1 Pine Swamp Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-3123 

GREENWAY Mr James Richards, 234 Cloudrise Lane. Banner Elk 28604; 963-7030 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Randy Ward. 1 181 NC Hwy 194 N. Boone 28607; 264-6902 

MABEL Mr LC Oliver, 4319 Old US 421 , Zionville 28698; 297-2507 

MEAT CAMP Mr Dwaine Greene. 151 Earl's Lane, Boone 28607; 264-1057 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Herbert Hampton. 140 Deer Street. Boone 28607; 264-3958 

MOUNT CALVARY Mr Lew A Halter. PO Box 2303, Banner Elk 28604; 898-4448 

OAK GROVE Mr Brent Hodges. 238 Hickory Lane. Boone 28607; 264-1877 

PLEASANT GROVE . Mr G Lawrence. 1 564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698; 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Jeff Canter. PO Box 1073. Boone 28607; 264-81 1 1 

SOUTH FORK Mr Donnie Norris, 4507 Big Hill Road. Todd 28684; 262-1371 

THREE FORKS Mr Doug Bland. 1 52 Glen Cove Lane. Boone 28607; 264-0497 

UNION Mr Billy Warren. 1 365 Old Bristol Road. Boone 28607; 297-1820 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Frank Guy, 2960 US Hwy 321 N. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3151 

WILLOWDALE Mr Kenny Cole, 7252 US Hwy 421 N. Vilas 28692; 297-4208 



CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Roscoe Brown. 195 Phillips Road, Elk Park 28622; 297-2658 

BETHEL Mr Bill Shervvood. 2176 Bethel Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2243 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mr Joseph Hopkins, PO Box 2324, Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7968 

BOONE, FIRST Mrs Sammie Garner, 1 70 Teaberry Drive, Boone 28607; 264-8554 

BRUSHY FORK Mr Dean Earp. 261 George Wilson Road. Boone 28607; 264-7252 

COOL SPRINGS Mr WW Austin. 258 Willy Austin Drive, Blowing Rock 28605; 264-3534 

EMMANUEL Mr Ralph T Fairchild. 2264 Liberty Grove Church Road. Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-4997 

GAP CREEK Mr AM Cheek. 499 AM Cheek Road. Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-4126 

GREENWAY Mr Larry Phillips. PO Box 2781. Boone 28607; 264-8848 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Jack N Greer. 365 Calebway Road. Boone 28607; 297-3 1 1 4 

LAUREL FORK Mr Buck Parker, 109 Oakridge Drive, Boone 28607; 264-5235 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Lewis Thomas. 195 Meadovy^rook Lane. Deep Gap 28618; 264-2042 

MABEL Mr Bobby Mosteller. 642 Greer Lane. Vilas 28692; 297-3782 

MEAT CAMP Mr Earl Greene. 1 19 Earl's Lane. Boone 28607; 264-8503 



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MIDDLE FORK . Mr Dennard McGuire, 309 Mulberry Cove Road, Boone 28607; 264-9327 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Leon B Beach, 2836 Deerfield Road, Boone 28607; 264-6527 

OAK GROVE Mr Boyce Brown. 2875 Hwy 104, Boone 28607; 264-6731 

PERKINSVILLE Mr Curtis Payne. 185 Greenfield Lane, Boone 28607; 262-1940 

PLEASANT GROVE Mr Tom Cook, 1 5 1 2 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698; 297-2488 

POPLAR GROVE Mr Ted Townsend, PO Box 61 2 DTS, Boone 28607; 963-461 7 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Tim Moretz. 1 0434 Snyder Branch Road. Todd 28684; 297-7930 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mr Alfred Culler, 551 Ragan-Culler Road. Boone 28607; 297-3374 

RUTHERWOOD Mr George Clemens. 236 Mine Branch Road. Boone 28607; 264-0937 

SHULLS MILLS , . Mr Kenneth L Isaacs, 51 1 Marion Comett Road. Boone 28607; 963-4808 

SOUTH FORK Mr Denny Norris, 190 Norris Trail, Boone 28607; 264-7727 

STONY FORK Mr Riley Greene, 604 Mt. Zion Road, Deep Gap 28618; 264-3108 

TABERNACLE Mr Milton Moretz, Route I, Milton Moretz Road, Boone 28607; 264-2781 

THREE FORKS Mr Paul Perry, 407 Old Ridge Road, Boone 28607; 264-3344 

UNION Mr Joe Phillips, 7303 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville 28698; 297-4320 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Wilborn Romtnger, 2962 US Hwy 321 N, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3342 

WILLOWDALE Mr Dana Greene, 1495 Mast Gap Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-4183 

ZION HILL Mr Allen Ward. 2243 Old Watauga River Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3770 

ZIONVILLE Mr Edgar P Pardue, 730 Mabel School Road. Zionville 28698; 297-3874 



CLERKS 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Elijah Presnell. 627 Love Hollow Road. Vilas 28692; 297-4104 

BETHEL Mrs Irene Farthing. 1 165 Bethel Road. Vilas 28692; 297-2236 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST , Mrs Mary Penn, 4908 US Hwy 221 S. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-3559 

BOONE. FIRST Mr Ken Shull, 270 Trillium Cove, Boone 28607; 264-2027 

BRUSHY FORK Mrs Phyllis Cameron. 449 Friendship Church Road, Boone 28607; 264-7995 

COOL SPRINGS Mrs Sharon Bryant, 256 Wtlly Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605; 264-6484 

COVE CREEK Mrs Carolyn H Adams, PO Box 1 26. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2403 

EMMANUEL Mr David Fairchild. 2164 Liberty Grove Church Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-5212 

GAP CREEK Mrs Louise Cheek, 499 AM Cheek Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-41 26 

GREENWAY Mrs Blanche K Roberts, 1645 Hwy 105. Boone 28607; 264-3773 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Cheryl Jones. 8432 NC Hwy 194 N. Todd 28684; 264-8051 

LAUREL FORK Mrs Gail Coffey. 1 757 Aho Road. Boone 28607; 295-7514 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mrs Dorothy Hartley. 5177 Bamboo Road. Boone 28607; 264-8968 

MABEL Mr Frank Buricett. 6300 Old US 421. Zionville 28698; 297-2823 

MEAT CAMP Mr Eari Greene, 1 19 Eari's Lane. Boone 28607; 264-8503 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Lee Triplett. 208 Rogers Drive. Boone 28607; 264-2597 

MOUNT CALVARY Mrs Mari L Fuhrman, 4109 Andy Hicks Road, Banner Elk 28604; 297-5674 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Blake C Pace, 9430 Blackberry Road. Lenoir 28645; 295-9404 

PERKINSVILLE Mr Andy Farthing, 356 Whispering Pines. Boone 28607; 262-3686 

PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-1 510 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Dianne Lambert. 166 Autumn Ridge Road. Boone 28607; 264-7056 

PROFFITS GROVE Mr Greg Proffit. 358 Proffit Road. Boone 28607; 264-1548 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mrs Clara Dancey. 4622 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607; 297-3225 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Jerry A Greer. 5929 Hwy 421 S. Boone 28607; 264-1 1 71 

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SHULLS MILLS Mrs Ruth C Isaacs. 51 1 Marion Cornett Road, Boone 28607; 963-4808 

SOUTH FORK Mr Leslie Norris. 4509 Big Hill Road. Todd 28684; 264-31 10 

STONY FORK Mr Harold Cailton. 1 1819 US Hwy 421 S. Deep Gap 28618; 264-9644 

TABERNACLE Mrs Delia Cook, 3815 Castle Ford Road, Boone 28607; 264-9676 

THREE FORKS Mrs Janice T Ashley, 594 Jordan V. Cook Road, Boone 28607; 264-4706 

UNION Mr Otto Thomas. 554 Marion Thonias Road. Zionville 28698; 297-2353 

WHITE ROCK Mrs Ada S Smith. 1 79 Hade Smith Drive. Banner Elk 28604; 963-4778 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Terry Harmon, 1 37 Circle Drive West. Vilas 28692; 297-2605 

WILLOWDALE Mrs Peggy Hicks. 215 Archway Drive, Vilas 28692; 297-4492 

ZION HILL Mr Bob Vines, 6465 US Hwy 321 N, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3837 

ZIONVILLE Mr James R Martin, 898 Mabel School Road, Zionville 28698; 297-3445 



DISOPLESHIP TRAINING DmECTORS 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mr Gr^ Home. PO Box 1636. Blowing Rock 28605; 963-8232 

GREENWAY Rev Richard Miller. 521 Country Lane. Boone 28607; 264-3417 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Steve Ward, 1 34 Russell Greene Road, Boone 28607; 262-1604 

LAUREL FORK Mr Kelly Coffey, 1757 Aho Road, Boone 28607; 295-7514 

MABEL Mr Neil Oliver. 4558 Old US 421. Zionville 28698; 297-3653 

MEAT CAMP Mr Larry Osborne. 1 1 79 Big Hill Road. Boone 28607; 265-0623 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Nettie Hampton. 140 Deer Street. Boone 28607; 264-3958 

PLEASANT GROVE Mr Robert Church, 745 Tater Hill Road, Zionville 28698; 297-2201 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Viola Greene. 2050 Poplar Grove Road S, Boone 28607; 963-5633 

SOUTH FORK Rev Homer Murdock. PO Box 27, Todd 28684; (910) 877-4920 

THREE FORKS Mrs Dawn Bare. 1922 East King Street. Boone 28607; 262-1307 

ZION HILL Rev James Hagaman. 4545 Old US Hwy 421 . Zionville 28698; 297-2955 



MEDIA LIBRARY DIRECTORS 



BEECH VALLEY Mrs Paulette Isaacs, 1 798 Hardin Road, Boone 28607; 264-4728 

BETHEL Mrs Irene Farthing. I 165 Bethel Road. Vilas 28692; 297-2266 

BOONE, FIRST Ms Earlene Campbell. 1 1 6 Grand Boulevard 2-B. Boone 28607; 264-4628 

BRUSHY FORK . Mrs Miriam U Sumpter. 208 Eagle Lane, Vilas 28682; 297-2791 

COVE CREEK Mrs Pat F Kirby, 904 Mountain Dale Road. Vilas 28692; 297-3004 

GREENWAY Mrs Mary Brown. 416 Mine Branch Road. Blowing Rock 28605; 264-6283 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Laura Lapointe, Howard's Creek Road, Boone 28607; 265-2934 

LAUREL SPRINGS . Mrs Shiriey Rawls, 3215 Old Hwy 60, Deep Gap 28618; 264-9520 

MABEL Mrs Peggy Buricett, 6298 Old US Hwy 421, Zionville 28698; 297-251 3 

PERKINSVILLE Mrs Debbie Hartley. 601 Greer Lane, Vilas 28692; 297-4864 

SOUTH FORK Mr Don Presnell. 364 Burkett Road. Boone 28607; 264-1849 



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MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORS 



BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mr Craven Presson. PO Box 231 I. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-4782 

COVE CREEK Mr Jerry Adams, PO Box 1 26. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2403 



ORGANISTS 

BEECH VALLEY , . . Mrs Rowetta Harmon, 630 George V/tlson Road, Boone 28607; 264-7021 

BETHEL Mrs Margaret McGlamery, 4232 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-5430 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Karen W Baird. 107 Pine Valley Drive, Boone 28607; 264-1842 

BOONE, FIRST Ms Faye Ayers. 594 Daniel Boone Drive Ext, Boone 28607; 264-4367 

BRUSHY FORK Mrs Maxine Hollars, 708 Love Hollow Road. Vilas 28692; 297-3477 

COOL SPRINGS Ms Jenny V^ilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

COVE CREEK Mrs Joyce P Ragan, 1067 Burkett Road, Boone 28607; 264-4284 

GAP CREEK Mrs Jan Roark. PO Box 161, Deep Gap 28618; 262-0167 

GREENWAY Mrs Carole Robinson, 247 Bub Teanris Road. Boone 28607; 963-! 102 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Dianne Brown. 1 1 73 Rainbow Trail, Boone 28607; 264-6783 

LAUREL FORK Ms Angle Miller, 1781 Aho Road, Boone 28607; 295-9953 

LAUREL SPRINGS , Mrs Judy Eller, 61 3 Dick Watson Road, Deep Gap 28618; 262-5188 

MABEL Ms Beth Mercereau, Old US Hwy 421 . Zionville 28698; 297-4534 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Wilma Cook, 836 Jordan V Cook Road, Boone 28607; 264-2201 

MOUNT CALVARY Mrs Janice Lecka. PO Box 276, Banner Elk 28604; 898-5491 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Art Williams. Route I Box 9728, Banner Elk 28604; 963-7627 

PERKINSVILLE Mrs Wanda Scott. 164 Appalachian Drive. Boone 28607; 264-4410 

PLEASANT GROVE Ms Becky Ballew, PO Box 64, Vilas 28692; 297-3036 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mrs Diane James. 134 Hicks Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3801 

RUTHERWOOD Mrs Betty A Hodges, 3841 Hwy 421 S. Boone 28607; 264-4977 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Lynda P Norris. 4507 Big Hill Road. Todd 28684; 262-1371 

STONY FORK Mrs Audrey Greene. Mt View Bapt Ch Road, Deep Gap 28618; 264-5217 

TABERNACLE Mrs Helen Moretz, 3077 Roby Greene Road. Boone 28607; 264-7142 

THREE FORKS Mrs Rose Bolick, 206 Benjamin Drive, Boone 28607; 264-8353 

UNION Mrs Denise Smith, 6674 Rominger Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-6494 



PIANISTS 

BEECH VALLEY Mrs Rowetta Harmon, 630 George Wilson Road. Boone 28607; 264-7021 

BETHEL Mrs Carolyn Ficklin. 3920 Bethel Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Sylvia Pittman, 558 Stuart Williams Road. Boone 28607; 264-91 32 

BRUSHY FORK Mrs Sara Speek. PO Box 432, Boone 28607; 265-3144 

COOL SPRINGS Ms Jenny Wilson, 333 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

GAP CREEK Mrs Louise Cheek. 499 AM Cheek Road. Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-41 26 

GREENWAY Mrs Teresa Eggers. 209 Jacob-Sarah Drive, Vilas 28692; 963-1 102 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Gary Waters. 122 Windswept Way. Boone 28607; 262-1 181 

LAUREL FORK Ms Anna Maria Wallace, 1 38 Hummingbird Lane, Boone 28607; 295-9161 

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LAUREL SPRINGS . Mrs Carmen Wilsofi, PO Box 214. Fleetwood 28626; 

MABEL Mrs Margaret Oliver. 4319 Old US Hwy 421. Zionville 28698; 297-2507 

MEAT CAMP Mrs Ann M. Wilson. PO Box 1958. Boone 28607; 295-9154 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Wilma Cook. 836 Jordan V Cook Road. Boone 28607; 264-2201 

MOUNT CALVARY Mrs Debbie Turner, Route 4 Box 398. Banner Elk 28604; 963-5719 

MOUNT VERNON Mr David G Russell. PO Box 161 1. Boone 28607; 264-6315 

OAK GROVE Mr Brian Franklin, 560 Adams Road. Mountain City TN 37683; (423) 727-9481 

PERKINSVILLE Ms Terri Anne Branch, 275 Ddmar Street. Boone 28607; 264-1 1 37 

PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Ruby Perry. 1 184 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698; 297-2105 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Ann Welch. 214 Old Clayton Greene Road. Boone 28607; 963-5217 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mrs Karen Winkler, 555 Ball Branch Road, Boone 28607; 264-0603 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mrs Patti Jenkins. 179 Parkway Village Drive. Boone 28607; 264-6241 

RUTHERWOOD Mrs Sharon F Farthing. 130 Fire Fly Lane, Boone 28607; 262-1838 

SHULLS MILLS Mrs Geneva Bentley, 5615 NC Hwy 105 S, Vilas 28692; 963-4661 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Kathy Butler. 362 Burkett Road. Boone 28607; 262-1227 

STONY FORK Mr Billy Norris. 466 Stony Fork Road. Deep Gap 28618; 264-3442 

TABERNACLE Mrs Delia Cook. 3815 Castle Ford Road. Boone 28607; 264-9676 

THREE FORKS Mrs Carolyn Coffman, Route I Box 1434, Vilas 28607; 297-6461 

UNION Mrs Lois Thomas. 164 Long Street. Boone 28607; 297-3391 

WILLOW VALLEY Mrs Karen Pope, 1 18 Ronnie Pope Road. Vilas 28692; 297-3529 

WILLOWDALE Mrs Danette Isaacs, 260 Main Haven Drive. Vilas 28692; 297-1 1 1 1 

ZION HILL Mrs Amy Lunceford. 6192 US Hwy 321 N. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-5074 

ZIONVILLE Mrs Barbara Wilson. Route 4, Mountain City TN 37683; (423) 727-7383 



ROYAL AMBASSADOR LEADERS 

BOONE. FIRST Mr Larry Woodrow. 266 Morningside Drive. Boone 28607; 264-8029 

COVE CREEK Mr ChaHes Rominger, 660 Isaacs Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297- 1 1 66 

GREENWAY Ms Zshawn Phillips, PO Box 2781, Boone 28607; 264-8848 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Jim Cade. 9360 Hwy 421 S, Deep Gap 28618; 262-3504 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Ronnie Forrester, 270 New River Heights. Boone 28607; 262-1527 

PLEASANT GROVE . . . Mr Jerry & Mrs Sue McGhinnis. 500 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-1510 

PROFFIT'S GROVE . Mr Jeff Canter. PO Box 1073. Boone 28607; 264-81 1 1 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Brian Smith. 265 Pine Run Road, Boone 28607; 268-0943 

SOUTH FORK . Mr Eddie McVey. 803 Conley Cheek Road, Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-5457 

THREE FORKS Mr Doug Bland; 1 52 Glen Cove Lane, Boone 28607; 264-0497 



SECRETARIES 

BEECH VALLEY Ms Becky Stansberry, Route I Box 256, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-1549 

BETHEL Mrs Margaret McGlamery, 4232 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-5430 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Lynn P Lawrence, PO Box 74. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-3722 

BOONE, FIRST Ms Angie Miller, 375 West King Street, Boone 28607; 264-2441 

Mrs Sandra W Phillips. PO Box 2781. Boone 28607; 264-8848 



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BRUSHY FORK Mrs Wanda C Fox. 2173 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698; 297-1041 

COOL SPRINGS Mi^ Wanda Bolick, 2020 Deck Hill Road. Blowing Rock 28605; 264-6733 

COVE CREEK Mrs Tina S Rayfield. PO Box 171. Sugar- Grove 28679; 297-6029 

Mrs Peggy E Sherwood. 1010 US Hwy 321 N. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2802 

GAP CREEK Mr Darin Church, PO Box 161. Deep Gap 28618; 262-0167 

GREENWAY Mrs Jackie Lawrence. 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville 28698; 297-1324 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Denise Hampton, 277 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607; 262-3962 

LAUREL FORK Mrs Lynn Lawrence. PO Box 1 147, Boone 28607; 295-3722 

LAUREL SPRINGS Ms Caroleen Watson, 8444 Hvs7 421 S, Deep Gap 28618; 264-8412 

MABEL . Mrs Charlotte Walls, 237 Jim Burkett Road, Zionville 28698; 297-4915 

MEAT CAMP Mrs Ann Wilson, PO Box 1958, Boone 28607; 295-9154 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Shirley Triplett, 208 Rogers Drive. Boone 28607; 264-2597 

MOUNT CALVARY Ms Linda McLauchlin. PO Box 703, Banner Elk 28604; 733-6410 

MOUNT VERNON Mrs Gail Bennett, 148 Cedarwood Heights. Boone 28607; 264-4188 

Mrs Brenda Isaacs. 1066 Sherwood Road, Vilas 28692; 297-5139 
Mrs Denise Smith, 6674 Rominger Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-6494 

OAK GROVE Mrs Helen Hicks. 888 Shoemaker Road, Vilas 28692; 264-2642 

PERKiNSVlLLE Mrs Judy Branch. 274 Jefferson Road, Boone 28607; 264-8605 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Jean Dancey. 1 16 Poplar Hill Drive, Boone 28607; 264-8306 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mrs Ethel Pope, 1 237 Odes Wilson Road. Zionville 28698; 297-4923 

RUTHERWOOD Mrs Janice M Baker, 476 Hidden Pond Road. Boone 28607; 264-6514 

Leslie J Cook, 197 Milton Gragg Road. Boone 28607; 264-1321 

SHULLS MILLS Mrs Geneva Bentley. 561 5 NC Hwy 105 S, Vilas 28692; 963-4661 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Barbara Murdock. PO Box 27. Todd 28684; (910) 877-4920 

Mrs Charlotte Norris. 190 Norris Trail. Boone 28607; 264-1849 

STONY FORK Mrs Betty Triplett, 414 Stony Fori< Road. Deep Gap 28618; 264-1 757 

TABERNACLE Mrs Brenda Hodges, PO Box 1938, Boone 28607; 264-9307 

THREE FORKS Ms Dinia Wheeler, 1709 East King Street. Boone 28607; 264-8541 

UNION Mrs Connie Shore. 1461 Old Bristol Road. Boone 28607; 297-4241 

WHITE ROCK Mrs Ada S Smith. 179 Hade Smith Drive. Banner Elk 28604; 963-4778 

WILLOW VALLEY Ms Tammy Ward, 968 US Hwy 321 N. Vilas 28692; 297-1 708 

WILLOWDALE Ms Leah Cole. 7252 US Hv^ 421 N. Vilas 28692; 297-4208 

Mrs Kdli Devries. I 1 95 Forest Grove Road. Vilas 28692; 297-6350 

ZION HILL Ms Joan Ward. 514 Private Drive. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-1664 

ZIONVILLE Mrs Janet Reece. 595 Roby Eggers Road, Zionville 28698; 297-4279 



SENIOR ADULT DIRECTORS 

(or Senior Contact Person) 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mr Lewington S Ponder, 102 Ridgetop Drive. Blov^^ng Rock 28605; 295-3987 

BOONE. FIRST Mr Charles Isley, 237 Woodland Drive. Boone 28607; 264-9294 

COVE CREEK Mrs Louise Baird. 265 Circle Drive. Vilas 28692; 297-2357 

GAP CREEK Mr Harry Summers. 421 1 Pine Swamp Road. Fleetwood 28645; (910) 877-31 23 

GREENWAY Mrs Pdly Jones. 804 Greenway Road. Boone 28607; 264-8241 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Ray & Mrs Mary Snead, 3586 Bairds Creek Road. Vilas 28692; 297-4002 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Lewis Thomas, 195 Meadowbrook Lane, Deep Gap 28618; 264-8776 

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MOUNT CALVARY Mr & Mrs Ernie Jones. PO Box 522. Banner Elk 28604; 898-5633 

PERKINSVILLE Archie & Helen Carroll. 544 Archie Carroll Road. Boone 28607; 

PLEASANT GROVE Edsel & Wilma Cook. 660 Kirby Branch Road. Zioville 28698; 297-5299 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Beatrice Pitts. 208 Old Clayton Greene Road. Boone 28607; 963-5270 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Max Bariow. 3200 Proffit's Grove Road. Boone 28607; 264-4157 

RUTHERWOOD Rev James G Eariy. 5098 Hwy 421 S. Boone 28607; 264-0194 

SOUTH FORK Mr Ted Mauney. 383 Cane Mill Road. Todd 28684; 265-4905 

TABERNACLE Mr A C Hollar. 3490 Pine Run Road. Boone 28607; 264-5804 

THREE FORKS . Mrs Joyce Hampton. 652 Critcher Road. Boone 28607; 264-2304 

WILLOWDALE . Ms Barbara Adams, 180 Russell Branch Road. Vilas 28692; 297-2834 



STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Dr John D Davis, 1 185 Edmisten Road. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-9783 

BOONE. FIRST Ms Earlene Campbell. I 16 Grand Boulevard #2-B. Boone 28607; 264-4628 

GREENWAY . . Mrs Teresa Eggers. 209 Jacob-Sarah Drive, Vilas 28692; 963-1 102 

LAUREL FORK Mr Rannie Ford, 1436 Friendship Church Road. Boone 28607; 264-6910 

MEAT CAMP Dr Dwaine Greene, 151 Earl's Lane. Boone 28607; 264-1057 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Jim Coffey. 343 Hidden Valley Circle. Boone 28607; 265-3229 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Steward B Brov^. Jr.. 120 Laurel Crest Road. Boone 28607; 264-5898 

SOUTH FORK Mr Barry Stevens, 8898 NC Hv^ 194 N. Todd 28684; 262-0277 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Gary Norman, 499 Norman Road. Boone 28607; 963-6268 

BETHEL Mr Fred Shive!, 2792 Beaver Dam Road, Vilas 28692; 297-3444 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Betty R Pitts, PO Box 27. Blov^^ng Rock 28605; 295-7968 

BOONE. FIRST Mr Michael Dreisbaugh, 142 Blue Meadow Drive, Deep Gap 28618; 262-5747 

BRUSHY FORK Mr Walter Sumpter, 208 Eagle Lane. Vilas 28692; 297-2791 

COOL SPRINGS Mr Randy Ruppert. Edmisten Road. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7480 

COVE CREEK Mr Charies R Rominger. 660 Isaacs Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-1 166 

EMMANUEL Mr Hugh Miller. 235 Elk Creek Road. Deep Gap 28618; 264-4838 

GAP CREEK Mr Jack Wellborn. PO Box 83, Deep Gap 28618; 264-3938 

GREENWAY Mr Mike Surber. 245 Pari<w^y Village Drive, Boone 28607; 264-6950 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mr Norman Greer. 145 Spirit Lane. PO Box 2454. Boone 28607; 265-0376 

LAUREL FORK . , . . . Mr Kevin Miller. 361 Dale Street. Boone 28607; 265-1 161 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mr Lewis Thomas, 195 Meadowbrook Lane, Deep Gap 28618; 264-2042 

MABEL Mr Vernon Shelton, 500 Henson Branch Road. Vilas 28692; 297-4210 

MEAT CAMP Mr Doug Norris, 253 Pine View Drive, Boone 28607; 264-9380 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Herbert Hampton. 140 Deer Street, Boone 28607; 264-3958 

MOUNT CALVARY Mr Robert Houck, 724 Shomaker Road. Banner Elk 28604; 898-5841 

MOUNT VERNON Mrs Barbara G Beach. 2836 Deerfield Road. Boone 28607; 264-6527 

OAK GROVE Mr Joseph McNeil, 223 McNeil Farm Road. Vilas 28692; 297-2914 

PERKINSVILLE . Mr Curtis Payne. 185 Greenfield Lane, Boone 28607; 262-1940 

PLEASANT GROVE Mr Joe Warren, 146 Warren Lane. Zionville 28698; 297-2482 



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POPLAR GROVE Mr Eddie Hallyburton, 1 232 Old Hwy 421 , Sugar Grove 28679; 297-5867 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Tim Moretz, 10434 Snyder Branch Road. Todd 28684; 297-7930 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mr Douglas McNeil. 5903 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607; 963-5392 

RUTHERWOOD Mr Dan Farthing. 1 30 Firefly Lane. Boone 28607; 262-1838 

SHULLS MILLS Mr Kenny Isaacs. 51 1 Marion Comett Road. Boone 28607; 963-4808 

SOUTH FORK Mr Greg Jones, 7890 Three Top Road. Todd 28684; (910) 877-5556 

STONY FORK Mr Harlan O Greene. 384 Hayes Wellborn Road. Deep Gap 28618; 264-3361 

TABERNACLE Mr Everette Hicks. Route I. Roby Greene Road, Boone 28607; 264-6318 

THREE FORKS Mrs Patsy Bland, 1 52 Glen Cove Lane. Boone 28607; 264-0497 

UNION Mr Eric Comett. 761 Hattie Hill Road. Vilas 28692; 297-1 192 

WHITE ROCK Mr Randal! Rupard, Banner Elk 28604; 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Roy Warren. 3238 US Hvr/ 321 N. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3529 

WILLOWDALE Mr George Bunton. 188 New Farm Road. Valle Crucis 28691 ; 963-8367 

ZION HILL Mr Allen Ward. 2243 Old Watauga River Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3770 

ZIONVILLE Mr Wilton Potter. 826 Mabel School Road. Zionvilie 28698; 297-5243 



TREASURERS 

BEECH VALLEY Mr Barry Stansberry, 271 5 Buckeye Road. Elk Park 28622; 

BETHEL Mrs Freida Long. 2i 14 Bethel Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3533 

BLOWING ROCK, FIRST Mrs Lynn P Uwrence. PO Box 74, Blovy^ng Rock 28605; 295-3722 

BOONE. FIRST Mr & Mrs Alfred Adams. 1 70 Highland Park Lane. Boone 28607; 264-3748 

BRUSHY FORK Mrs Wanda C Fox. 21 73 Silverstone Road. Zionvilie 28698; 297-1041 

COOL SPRINGS Mrs Patsy Wilson. 333 Willy Austin Drive. Blowing Rock 28605; 262-5689 

COVE CREEK Mr Jerry Adams. PO Box 126, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2403 

EMMANUEL Mr Sammy B Church, PO Box 347. Deep Gap 28618; (910) 982-4996 

GAP CREEK Mrs Evelyn C Cooper. PO Box 389. Deep Gap 28618; (910) 877-4818 

GREENWAY Mrs Jackie Uwrence. 520 Odes Wilson Road. Zionvilie 28698; 297-1 324 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Denise Hampton. 277 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607; 262-3962 

LAUREL FORK Mrs Leigh Ann Perry, 1759 Aho Road, Boone 28607; 295-7190 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mrs Betty Upchurch. 1 60 Hidden View Road, Boone 28607; 264-1 3 1 3 

MABEL Mrs Teresa Mosteller. 642 Greer Lane, Vilas 28692; 297-3782 

MEAT CAMP Mrs Margaret Norris. 1 1 7 Panoramic Lane, Boone 28607; 264-4645 

MIDDLE FORK Mr Lee Triplett, 208 Rogers Drive, Boone 28607; 264-2597 

MOUNT CALVARY Ms Linda McLauchlin. PO Box 703, Banner Elk 28604; 733-6410 

MOUNT VERNON Mr John M Payne, 2907 Bamboo Road, Boone 28607; 262-1 356 

OAK GROVE Mrs Gail Anderson, 347 Hodges Gap Road. Boone 28607; 264-9563 

PERKINSVILLE Mrs Judy Branch. 274 Jefferson Road, Boone 28607; 264-8605 

PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Marsha Thomas. 917 Isenhour Road, Zionvilie 28698; 297-3814 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Joanne Tov^send. 31 3 Old Clayton Greene Road. Boone 28607; 963-4523 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mr Larry Braswell, 1 10 Pro Street. Todd 28684; 297-2188 

RICH MOUNTAIN Mrs Irma Pennell. 4620 Howard's Creek Road. Boone 28607; 297-2239 

RUTHERWOOD Mrs Mitzi H Wallace, 216 Whispering Pines Road, Boone 28607; 265-5445 

SHULLS MILLS Mrs Geneva Bentley. 5615 NC Hwy 105 S. Vilas 28692; 963-4661 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Jeanne Norris, 258 Blue Meadow Drive, Deep Gap 28618; 264-5727 

STONY FORK Mrs Betty Triplett. 414 Stony Fori< Road, Deep Gap 28618; 264-1 757 



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TABERNACLE Mnj Judy Hampton, 1 15 Deerfidd Road, Boone 28607; 264-1491 

THREE RDRKS Mrs Janice T Ashley, 594 Jordan Cook Road, Boone 28607; 264-4706 

UNION Mr Frank Thomas, 491 3 Old US Hwy 421 , Zionville 28698; 297-3359 

WHITE ROCK Mrs Ada S Smith, 179 Hade Smith Drive. Banner ELk 28604; 963-4778 

WILLOW VALLEY Mr Frank Guy, 2960 US Hwy 321 N, Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3151 

WILLOWDALE Ms Betty Warren. 350 Willov»/dale Church Road, Vilas 28692; 297-2649 

ZION HILL Mr Tommy Joe Ward. 308 Private Drive. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-2437 

ZIONVILLE Mrs OIlie Phipps. Route I . Trade TN 37691 ; (423) 727-9966 



VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL DIRECTORS 

BETHEL Mrs Fairylee Coffey. 210 Margot Road, Boone 28607; 264-5474 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST . . Mrs Rhonda Gailes, PO Box 2624. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7715 

BOONE, FIRST Ms Nancy Williams. 396 Greenfield Lane. Boone 28607; 264-0041 

COVE CREEK Ms Robin McLeod, 468 Hite Wlllianris Road, Zionville 28698; 

GAP CREEK Ms Betty Jenkins. PO Box 572, Deep Gap 28618; 264-5781 

GREENWAY Rev Richard Miller, 52! Country Lane. Boone 28607; 264-3417 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Kim Burns. 684 Ray Brov^m Road. Boone 28607; 262-9848 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mrs Alison Idol. PO Box 1549, Boone 28607; 264-7001 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Irene Greene. Linville Road, Blov/ing Rock 28605; 295-7126 

MOUNT CALVARY , . . Mrs Lisa Presnell. Route 3 Box 804. Banner Elk 28604; 963-7095 o 

PLEASANT GROVE Ms Unda Hollar. 1 584 Silverstone Road. Zionville 28698; 297-4496 

POPLAR GROVE Rev Mike Taylor. 3696 Rush Branch Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-4796 

PROFFIT'S GROVE .Ms Theresa Bryan. 486 Bryan Hollow Road. Boone 28607; 264-5544 

RUTHERWOOD Ms Sharon P Greer, 5929 Hwy 421 S. Boone 28607; 264-1 1 71 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Ellen Norris. 269 Triple E Drive. Boone 28607; 264-3141 

THREE FORKS Mrs Gail Boaz. 1 38 Cameron Terrace. Boone 28607; 264-9046 

UNION Ms Connie Shore. 146! Old Bristol Road. Boone 28607; 297-4241 

WILLOWDALE Mrs Kdli DeVries. 1 195 Forest Grove Road. Vilas 28692; 297-6350 

ZIONVILLE Mrs Janet Reece. 595 Roby Eggers Road. Zionville 28698; 297-4279 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 

BEECH VALLEY Mrs Brenda Farthing, 1574 Bethd Road. Vilas 28692; 297-3723 

BETHEL Mrs Irene Farthing. 1 165 Bethd Road, Vilas 28692; 297-2266 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Mrs Betty R Pitts, PO Box 27. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7968 

BOONE. FIRST Mrs Jackie Adams, 181 Highland Park Lane. Boone 28607; 262-1413 

COVE CREEK Mrs Marie Robinson. 846 Old US Hwy 421. Sqgar Grove 28679; 297-3869 

EMMANUEL Mrs Elda McNdll. 501 Worth McNdll Road. Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-3396 

GAP CREEK Mrs Louise Cheek. 499 A M Cheek Road. Fleetwood 28626; (910) 877-4126 

GREENWAY Mrs Bertha Robinson. 871 Greenway Road. Boone 28607; 264-9381 

HOWARD'S CREEK Mrs Diane Brown, 1173 Rainbow Trail, Boone 28607; 264-6783 

LAUREL FORK Mrs Shdby Miller. 1781 Aho Road. Boone 28607; 295-7913 

LAUREL SPRINGS Mrs Ginger Williams. 266 Owl Rest Lane. Deep Gap 28618; 264-5719 



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MABEL Mrs Lucille Harmon. 12123 US Hwy 421 N, Zionville 28698; 297-3645 

MEAT CAMP Mrs Betty Clawson, 1 79 Clyde Williams Drive. Boone 28607; 264-3435 

MIDDLE FORK Mrs Irene Greene, Linville Road, Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7126 

MOUNT CALVARY Mrs Karen B Holder, 101 Ponderosa Lane. Banner Elk 28604; 898-4682 

OAK GROVE Mrs Rachel Woodring. 446 Oak Grove Road, Boone 28607; 264-8072 

PERKINSVILLE Mrs Barbara McDaniel, 285 Wildwood Lane, Boone 28607; 264-4805 

PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Jackie Lawrence. 520 Odes V/ilson Road. Zionville 28698; 297-1 324 

POPLAR GROVE Mrs Dianne Lambert, 166 Autumn Ridge Road, Boone 28607; 264-7056 

PROFFIT'S GROVE Mrs Dorothy Bryan. 576 Bryan Hollow Road. Boone 28607; 262-1845 

RUTHERWOOD Mrs Glenola Clemens, 236 Mine Branch Road, Blowing Rock 28605; 264-0937 

SOUTH FORK Mrs Ellen Norris. 269 Triple E Drive. Boone 28607; 264-3141 

THREE FORKS Mrs Joyce H Hampton. 652 Critcher Road. Boone 28607; 264-2304 

UNION Mrs Mary Norris, 800 North Fork Road, Zionville 28698; 297-3739 

WILLOW VALLEY Mrs Linda Harmon. 372 Howard Edmisten Road. Sugar Grove 28679; 297-3922 

WILLOWDALE Mrs Louise Shook. 154 Lynhill Road, Boone 28607; 297-4183 

ZION HILL Mrs Mayselle Hagaman. 4545 Old US Hwy 421. Zionville 28698; 297-2955 



ORDAINED MINISTERS 

BLOWING ROCK. FIRST Dr Steven Carreker. 196 Amett Hollow Road. Vilas 28692; 963-1842 

Rev Roy Holder. Route I Box 882-D. Boone 28607; 264-9465 
Rev Tom Moore. 230 Boulder Gardens. Banner Elk 28604; 963-4269 
Dr James Stines. PO Box 862. Blowing Rock 28605; 295-7254 
BOONE. FIRST Dr Fred Badders, 154 Fairview Drive. Boone 28607; 264-7677 



Dr O D Holton. 412 Poplar Hill Drive. Boone 28607; 264-8236 
Rev R Allan Johnson, 1 85 Crest Drive, Boone 28607; 264-8063 
Dr Larry Keeter, 456 Tracy Circle, Boone 28607; 264-4027 
Dr Winston Kinsey, 972 Lawrence Greene Road, Deep Gap 286 1 8; 264- 1 924 



Rev Don Nonrington, 324 Poplar Hill Drive, Boone 28607; 265-4933 
Dr Harry Padgett, Box 725 CC, Boone 28607; 264-8980 
Dr W C Strickland,250 Park View Circle, Blowing Rock 28605; 963-4649 
Dr O K Webb, 849 Stadium Drive, Boone 28607; 264-2394 

GREENWAY Rev Jerry Y Allen. 353 Appalachian Drive, Boone 28607; 264-471 7 

Rev Jerry W Fuller, 1612 Pine Run Road. Boone 28607; 262-9605 
Rev Herbert Hash. Jr.. 1 72 Anne-Marie Drive, Boone 28607; 264-2586 
Rev James C Jones, 804 Greenway Road, Boone 28607; 264-824 1 
Rev Clarence O Vance, 523 Boulder Gardens, Banner Elk 28604; 963-5897 

LAUREL SPRINGS Rev Burl Greer. 341 Cool Woods Drive, Boone 28607; 264-8526 

MEAT CAMP Rev Eugene Byrd, 559 Daniel Boone Drive Ext, Boone 28607; 264-4626 

MIDDLE FORK Rev Cliff Barnes 

Rev Henry Strahan, 333 Hickory Lane. Boone 28607; 264-5063 

MOUNT VERNON Rev Gerald E Bentley, Sr., 1831 Creekside Place, Lenoir 28645; 758-8685 

Rev William M Brown. 1 964 Bamboo Road. Boone 28607; 264-2307 



Rev Tommy Bryant, 412 Springfield Road, Rocky Mount 27801 ; (919) 442-241 1 
Rev Neal Davis, 278 Rivers Crest Road, Boone 28607; 265-2856 
Rev Bob Ellison. PO Box 1546, Boone 28607; 262-0339 



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Rev Richard Holder, PO Box 3566, Boone 28607; 963-8903 
Dr Daniel F Meyer, 1 24 Sorrento Forest Drive, Blowing Rock 28605; 265-0044 

RICH MOUNTAIN Rev Carter More£z, 365 Calebway Road, Boone 28607; 297-3107 

RUTHERWOOD Rev Daryl Beck, 233 Snowy Oak Road. Boone 28607; 265-3667 

SOUTH FORK Rev Joe Jewell, PO Box 346, Deep Gap 28618; 262-5228 

THREE FORKS Rev Ken Boaz, 1 38 Cameron Terrace, Boone 28607; 264-9046 

UNION Rev Bill Warren. 1474 Old Bristol Road, Boone 28607; 264-3563 

WHITE ROCK Rev William H Smith, 1 79 Hade Smith Drive, Banner ELk 28604; 963-4778 

WILLOW VALLEY Rev Rayner Matheson, Route 2, Vilas 28692; 297-4014 



PASTORS WHO LEFT DURING THIS YEAR 

BRUSHY FORK Rev Kenneth A Corn, 206 Sycamore Lane. Flat Rock 28731 

EMMANUEL Rev Vernon Elier. 2653 Glads Fork Road. Fergerson 28624 

MEAT CAMP Rev Herbert McCoy. 1007 Pottertown Road. Todd 28684 

PERKINSVILLE Rev David Higgmbotham. 498 Fieldstream Drive, Boone 28607 

POPLAR GROVE Rev Donald Critcher, 1 90 Wyoming Ridge. Blowing Rock 28605 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THIS YEAR 

SOUTH FORK Mr Thomas Whray. 160 Will Vannoy Road. West Jefferson 28694 

UNION Mr Derick Wilson, 875 North Fork Road. Zionville 28698 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THIS YEAR 

MOUNT VERNON Mr Tommy Bryant, 412 Springfield Road. Rocky MOunt 27801 



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1997 

Annuity Board Report 

to the Baptist State 
Convention of North 
Carolina 

The Southern Baptist Convention has given three 
ministry assignments to the Annuity Board: 
Management of Retirement Annuities, Relief for 
Ministers and Their Widows, and Insurance and Risk 
Management Programs. Our motto is Serving Those 
Who Serve the Lord. We've been doing it since 
1918. 

Retirement preparation is a career-long endeavor. It 
requires a commitment by the participant and the 
employer. The money contributed is invested 
according to individual participant goals and risk 
tolerance. Then, at retirement, each participant 
chooses from a variety of benefit options. In 1996, 
the Annuity Board paid more than $200 million in 
benefits, and at Dec. 31, there were 27,865 on the 
retirement benefit roles. 

Relief benefits totaled $1.51 million last year. In 
addition, at year end we were paying an extra $50 
each month to 2,124 individuals or couples through 
the Adopt An Annuitant Program. Relief benefits 
were funded by the Cooperative Program ($1.19 
million) and from earnings on the Retired Ministers' 
Support Fund of the Annuity Board. Adopt An 
Annuitant benefits are fimded by direct gifts to the 
Board from interested indi viduals, Sunday School 
classes or other groups. 

Insurance benefits paid in 1996 for life, health, 
accident and disability claims totaled $107.8 million. 

In 1996, trustees of the Annuity Board adopted a 
resolution, "That no retired minister or his widow 
should hve in poverty." To fulfill that promise, some 
$12 million will be required in the period 1997-1999. 
Many retired ministers and widows of ministers do not 
have adequate financial resources to meet their needs. 
The Annuity Board cares deeply about these people, 



and Southern Baptists care, as demonstrated by gifts 
to the Cooperative Program and Adopt An Annuitant. 

Relief will always be a vital part of the Annuity 
Board's work, but we are committed to promoting 
proper planning and preparation for retirement and 
protection from disasters. To that end, the Annuity 
Board offers a wide range of products and services for 
Southern Baptist churches, associations, institutions, 
state conventions and their personnel. 

The Church Annuity Plan is the retirement plan 
designed for pastors, other ministers and eligible 
employees. It is administered by the Annuity Board in 
partnership with state conventions. 

The Personal Security Program and Employer 
Security Program offer a variety of insurance plans. 
They include term life, personal accident, disability 
and a choice of medical plans. 

No Cooperative Program money is used for Annuity 
Board operating expenses. 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
Statistics As of July 1997: 

Number of active participants in the Church 
Annuity Plan: 3,966 

Percentage of churches active in the Church 
Annuity Plan: 60% 

Number of persons receiving retirement 
benefits: 2,663 (August) 

Number helped by the Adopt An Annuitant and 
Relief ministries: 364 (June) 

If you want more information about Annuity 
Board products and services, call us toll-free at 
1-800-262-0511, or call your Baptist state 
annuity representative. We want to serve you. 

Annuity Board of the 
Southern Baptist Convention 
P. O. Box 2190 
Dallas, Texas 75221-2190 

NC.DOC 

September 16, 1997 



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Baptist Children's Home:: of NC 
1997 Book of Reports 



James D. Goldston, III Trustee Chair 
Michael C. Blackwell, President 

At the sound of a car in his grandmother's carport, Jason looked out the window, and was 
shocked to see his mother striding toward the house. 

She was angry, and Jason shouted, "Lordy, it's momma," as he ran to the back bedroom to 
call the police. 

Just 12 years old, Jason had lived in seven foster care homes and with his grandmother on 
and off since his father died seven years earlier. His mother's addictions cost her custody of her 
only son. For whatever reason, tonight she wanted him back. 

Out of control, Jason's mother broke open the door and kicked grandmother to the floor. She 
grabbed her by the hair and "slung me around by the hair of my head," grandmother says, 
remembering. 

Mother shouted for Jason to come out of hiding, and threatened to kill his grandmother. She 
grabbed a bottle, broke it, and held the jagged edge to grandma's throat, shouting that she 
would kill her if Jason didn't come out of hiding. 

Just then Jason's aunt arrived from a house next door, and held his mother's arms until the 
police arrived. 

Six years later, grandmother beams with pride for Jason, who overcame that tragic, 
traumatic start in life. Jason garnered academic, athletic and leadership honors in a steady 
stream at Tuscola Fligh School in Haywood County and is starting college in August 1997 as a 
freshman at The Citadel, 

At Tuscola, he was captain and MVP of the track and cross country teams and a conference 
champion, vice president for his senior class. Cadet Colonel and ROTC commander in a group of 
115 cadets, in National Honor Society, in the top 10 percent of his class, attended leadership 
events at Western Carolina University and Washington, D.C., and was a peer helper and peer 
counselor. 

At The Citadel he will study political science with a minor in military history and 
international affairs. He wants a military career as a fighter pilot, then to enter politics after 
retirement. 

Jason credits Broyhill Home, his home since that traumatic night in his grandma's house. 

"All the accomplishments of my life have been made possible by Baptist Children's 
Homes," Jason said at his final awards banquet at Broyhill Home, where he received top 
honors for the second year. 

"Broyhill has made me into a young man with a future, who knows now where he is going 
and what he wants to do. They've opened the doors to enable me to do that." 

As for grandmother, who was desperate to find a place for Jason after the incident in her 
house, she prays "every night and I thank God every night that we have a place like Broyhill 
Home and Baptist Children's Homes." 

Jason's story is repeated hundreds of times each year at Baptist Children's Homes of 
North Carolina. Not all are as dramatic but every one tells of a young person and a family at 
the end of an unraveUng rope, and of BCH tying a knot in that rope and helping them to hold 
on. 

At four residential campuses, six emergency care cottages, two homes for behaviorally 
troubled girls, a maternity home, a home for teenage mothers and their babies, therapeutic 
camping and model day care, 1,398 young people found help in troubled times last year. 

During the past year BCH received $1.5 million through the Cooperative Program, and 
$724,000 through the Thanksgiving Offering. Total church gifts of $3.05 million comprised 25 
percent of the BCH budget. 



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In June 1997 BCH successfully completed the $10.1 million "Light Their Way" 
Campaign to raise money for operations, capital needs and endowment. Two major priorities of 
the campaign will be completed in earlyh 1998; the Winifred Lindsay Education/ 
Administrative Center at Odum Home in Pembroke, and the John D. and Amelia W. Johnson 
Cottage at Mills Home. A third priority, the Hubert M. Craig Lodge at Cameron Boys Camp, 
has been completed. 

A new video, "Families Under Construction" is available to promote the 1997 
Thanksgiving offering, which has a statewide goal of $750,000, the largest ever. 

A model program for family preservation has been initiated at Mills Home in 
Thomasville. Two social workers are on staff to work intensively with families which are at 
risk of being separated, but who, with help, can overcome their issues and stay together. 

Thomasville Area Director Bill Scarlett also is initiating ways for churches and their 
members to be directly involved on campus, from tutoring, to cooking, to spending early evenings 
giving personal attention to residents to free staff for more intensive counseling. 

Baptist Children's Homes' work was featured in November on "The 700 Club" and in 
December on CNN, BCH also adopted a missions statement this year, which is "helping 
hurting children, healing broken families." 

Wherever children are hurting and families are strained, BCH strives to heal. 



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Making Life for Older Adults ... 

The Best of Times 



Thank you, North Carolina Baptists! 

Our February Offering this year was the 
strongest yet. Gifts through the Cooperative 
Program have come to us above the norm. 
Thank you for making it possible for us to 
make this year "The Best of Times" for so 
many North Carolina Baptist Older Adults. 

NEWPLACES 

Cliffwood Retirement Community, 
Fayetteville 

Opening in early 1999, The Clifiwood 
Retirement Community is designed to meet 
the needs of middle income Older Adults. It 
vvdll offer residents a continuum of care 
ranging from Independent Living and 
Assisted Living options to nursing care. 

A New Retirement Community, 
Concord 

Design work for a new continuing care 
retirement community in the Concord area 
has begun with ground breaking expected in 
the spring of 1998. 

NEWPROGRAMS 

Home and Community Based Programs 

The Solarium Programs for Older Adults 
suffering from dementia related disorders are 
well established in the Prince Nursing Center 
at Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston-Salem and in the Rickman Nursing 
Center at the Western Nonh Carolina 
Baptist Home in Asheville. 



A new home and community based program 
offering respite care to Older Adults in the 
Asheville area began this year. This service 
provides safe, structured, creative 
enrichment for seniors diagnosed with 
dementia-related disorders such as 
Alzheimer's disease, and provides relief for 
families giving in-home care to these dear 
ones. 

NEWPEOPLE 

Winston- Salem, Albemarle, Hamilton and 
Asheville 

Margaret Almond has joined the Executive 
Management Group as Vice President for 
Development. 

Tammy Harwood brings nursing and 
management skills to the position of Home 
Manager and Adnunistrator at the Taylor 
House in Albemarle. 

Paulette Richmond is completing a year of 
service as Home Manager/ Administrator at 
The Hamilton Baptist Home in Hamilton. 
Edgar Ferrell, retired pastor of Black 
Mountain First Baptist, now serves as 
Chaplain at the Western North Carolina 
Baptist Home in Asheville. 
Calvin Knight serves as Chaplain at the 
Brookridge Retirement Community in 
Winston-Salem. 

We send this report with our gratitude for 
your prayers and gifts enabling us to make 
life for Baptist Older Adults . . . 
The Best of Times! 

William B. Stillerman 
Baptist Retirement Homes 
42 of North Carolina, Inc. 



THE BIBLICAL RECORDER 



Associational Report — 1997 

These are "watershed years" for Baptists! Analysts almost daily remind 
us that the radical changes in society and the erosion of so much that has 
been precious to us in our religious life is creating a time of major 
"transition" as we Baptists and other church groups face the 21st century. 

The Biblical Recorder tries to tell the whole story with a focus on the 
many positive things people are doing in their churches and world missions, 
along with the crucial issues which cannot be concealed and ignored if we 
honor our heritage from yesterday and fulfill our mission for tomorrow. 

There is no way to address these issues without correct and reliable 
information. The Biblical Recorder was born and continues to serve for that 
purpose. In the 164 years of state Baptist papers in North Carolina, never 
was the Recorder more needed than now for people to have the truth. 

People are reading less than any time in recent history at the very 
time there is an increased number of publications and periodicals. It is 
true of secular publications, it is true of wholesome books from respected 
libraries, it is true of religious publications. We live in an electronic 
age, what some have described as an "information glut." 

An informed Baptist is a better Baptist; no democracy, including our 
local churches, can survive long without an informed, involved constituency 
which makes decisions based upon accurate information from reliable sources. 

The Biblical Recorder should be in every Baptist home in North 
Carolina. Your support as a subscriber and reader, coupled with your 
encouragement to others, will enable the paper to better serve the 
constituency with accurate and helpful information. 

In order to save churches large amounts of money and to increase the 
readership of the Recorder . Church News Service (CNS) was launched in 1990. 
This system lets any congregation have their church news incorporated into 
the Biblical Recorder which saves staff time, postage and printing 
costs. Usually, for less than what it costs to produce the church 
newsletter, CNS gives the entire Baptist communication package to each 
family in the congregation. Recent and anticipated increases in mailing 
costs makes CNS a greater value now than ever before. 

The paper deliberately focuses more attention on North Carolina 
Baptists with news, features and inspirational articles which will encourage 
individuals and churches in their witness and ministry. One sure way to 
conquer problems and overcome the barriers to effective witness and ministry 
is to have the facts, know the issues and be adequately informed. 

That is why the Recorder was born; that is why it serves today. For 
more information on how your church can subscribe or use CNS, contact: 

The Biblical Recorder 
232 West Millbrook Road 
Raleigh, NC 27609 
(919) 847-2127 
E-mail : 70420 , 66@compuserve . com 

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Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc. 
ANfJUAL REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 
1997 



According to Dr. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries, approximately 6 million crimes are committed in the United States 
annually. Murder arrests of teens are up 92% since 1985; the number of 13-to 15-year-olds arrested for murder nearly doubled between 1982 
and 1992; 1 .6 million cars are stolen each year; America spends $39 billion a year on police protection, $29 billion on prisons and $10 billion 
on legal and judicial costs for criminal cases; drunk drivers cost us $1 10 billion a year, and drug abuse costs $40 billion a year. With these 
alarming statistics, the Christian Action League of North Carolina is constantly working to restore moral and biblical principles to our state and 
nation through the legislative process and the public education system and by assisting communities in our state with local battles for civic and 
moral righteousness. 

A. Christia n Va lues 

• It was the pleasure of the Christian Action League to sponsor the Second Annual Christian Heritage Week In North Carolina, March 16- 
22. The League encouraged schools, churches and communities to recognize, commenjorate and learn about the Christian heritage and 
history of our nation. We mailed information about a League spjonsored essay contest to be written on America's Christian Heritage to all 
high schools (public and private) in the state and hosted an awards ceremony and banquet for the top state winners of tibat contest in 

Raleigh. 

• Lobbied for and promoted SB 442, The American History Act. A bill that would allow public school teachers to read or display historical 
documents even though they contain religious references. This bill passed the legislature and is now a law. 

• The League continued a project in 1997 to distribute copies of the Ten Commandments throughout North Carolina. To date, over 10,000 
copies of these prints have been distributed. 

• Promoted Sanctity of H uman Life Sunday . 

• Presented copies of Dr. Billy Graham's speech to the May 5, 1997, Joint Session of the General Assembly on audio cassette to members of 
the Legislature and offered copies through our newsletter. Dr. Graham was being honored for his tremendous worldwide contributions to 
religion, morality, racial equality and family. 

• Promoted and worked for the passage of HB 5 1 1 , Ev olution No t Taught as Fact. 

• Published The Beacon newsletter quarterly with circulation of 22,000. Kept concerned citizens informed on moral issues via e-mail, fax 
networics, church and civic club presentations. 

B. LatteoL 

Lottery proponents felt this was the year to bring a state-sponsored lottery to North Carolina. The League, through letters, e-mail and 
faxes, kept the Christian community updated on lottery information and encouraged its members to contact their legislators. The lawmakers 
received a barrage of letters and calls from across the state saying that the lottery was a bad bet for North Carolina. The League will continue 
to monitor this issue as the session nears an end, but as of today, the lottery seems to have been defeated for another session. 

C. Sex E^Hcalion 

Worked with other Christian and pro-family groups to see that the state mandate for Abstinence Until Marriage education was 
implemented state-wide. Also supported efforts to insure that federal grant money was used to promote abstinence education. 

D. Abanim 

The League lobbied for and encouraged its members through Legislative Alerts to write in support of HB 303 and SB 536 (Ban 
Partial Birth Abortion), HB 594 (Fetus Death from Criminal Act) and HB 536 (Abortion/Woman's Right to Know). We offered the video 
"Reversing Roe" through our newsletter. This video tells the story of Norma McCorvey (Jane Roe) of the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme 
Court case who after 25-years and 3 5 million aborted babies tells of her transformation from an abortion industry pawn to a pro-life Christian. 

CAL supported efforts to strengthen the traditional family and addressed the radical homosexual agenda. Successfully lobbied against 
legislation that would have eradicated present N. C. law making homosexuality illegal. Offeicd the powerful and emotional video of Michael 
Johnston "On Wings Like Eagles". This video tells of Michael's 1 1 years in the homosexual lifestyle and his struggle between right and wrong 
and about forgiveness and grace. Michael is founder of Kerusso Ministries, an organization to help others sQuggling with this sin. 



Monitored all legislation concerning alcohol and other drugs. Successfully supported efforts to strengthen current DWI laws. Woiked 
with communities in helping them set up an organization to combat liquor referenda. Lobbied against SB 838 (ABC Tourism Resorts Permits); 
SB 837 (Sports Club ABC Permits), SB 447 (Lumberton Economic Development District) and HB 651 (Interstate Economic Zones). These 
bills allow alcohol sales without the vote of local citizens. Provided awareness, education and resource materials related to substance abuse 
problems to churches, conununities, etc. 
G. PornQsrapfiy 

Lobbied for SB 452 (Local Regulation of Adult Est^lishments) and notified citizens to contact their legislators and encourage them 
to vote for this legislation that would give local governments more control in regulating these establishments. 



F. 



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Respectfully Submitted, 




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REPORT OF CHURCH GROWTH MULTffLIERS 
TO ASSOCIATIONS IN REGIONS 7, 8, 9, & 10 

Church Growth MultipSiers b a miiibtry of the North Carolina Baptist State Convention designed for the 
purpose of helping churches to grow and to assist Associations in their effort to help churches to And ways to 
reach more people for Jesus chrnt and to train and grow their membership. 

This past year, our team in the Western section of our State, have been in a number of churches for church 
growth events and consultatioas. Growth is occurring in some of those churches because they found ways they 
could grow. 

Growing through the Sunday School has been the best avenue for most churches. One church we were in has 
doubled it's Sunday School earollmeot and attendance as well as experiencing growth in worship attendance and 
all other activities, incladiag baptisms. 

Our Church Growth Multiplier Tmiq Members are as follows: 

Fred Lunsford-Team Leader 
Rt 1, Box 72 
Marble, NC 28905 
704^7-2605 

Sharon Kephart 
Rt. 3, Box 227 
Murphy, NC 28906 
H-704-837-6530 
W-704-837.2666 

Suthell Walker 
202 Bartley St 
Spindale, NC 28160 
704-286-2737 

Martha Hicks 

80 Sulphur Springs Rd. 

AshevUte, NC 28806 

704-252-1257 

James Ctouse 
Rt 2, Box 256 
Hendersonville, NC 28792 
704-685-3892 

You may call any one of these for help or you may call Mary Conyers at the Baptist State Convention of North 
CaroUna at 1-800-395-5102, Ext 211. 

We are pleased to be a part of this great effort. Please be much in prayer for us that we may be faithful to our 
Lord and Savior and His will and purpose 

Respectfully submitted. 



Fred B. Lunsford 



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nternationa 
Mission Board 




Q Foreign 
VTHission Board 



SOUThlERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 



of the Southern Baptist Convention 



We Shall Come 





The 1996 Annual Report of the Foreign Mission Board will give you cause to rejoice. 
God is at work and you are very much a part of what He is doing. 

God is moving among Southern Baptists! We have seen records in: 

• Prayer support - 1 .3 million phone calls to CompassioNet 

• Giving to Cooperative Program and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering 

• Appointment and assignment of missionaries - 4,167 serving in 127 countries 

• Volunteer service overseas - 15,847 

God desires to do more. Much more, by: 

• Changing lives through the power of Jesus Christ 

• Taking the gospel to more unreached people groups 

• Responding to human needs 

• Providing financial resources required to extend ministry 

You are a vital link to what God is doing through the International Mission Board. Your 
giving has made a difference in what God has done overseas this past year. 

Thank you for 'Pio^i^. 7V<!lt€niw^. 'i¥mu€4iiH^ and IRcjUcinc^. 



David M. Coleman, CFRE 
Director, Development Office 

PS: Have you included the International Mission Board in your will. If so, would you let 
us know? If not, would you consider doing so? For more information call 800-362-1322. 



Sincerely, 




8/1/97 



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P.O. Box 6767 • 3806 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginio 23230-0767 • www.imb.org • (804) 219-1000 

Jerry A. Ranl<in, President 




North American Mission Board, sbc 

mm 

1997 Annual Report 

The North American Mission Board (NAMB) is an agency of the Southern Baptist 
Convention (SBC). Its purpose is to cooperate with SBC churches, associations and state Baptist 
conventions to reach the United States and Canada for Jesus Christ NAMB was created as part of 
the SBC restructuring on June 19, 1997 by combining the resources and ministries of three former 
agencies ~ the Home Mission Board, the Radio and Television Cominission and the Brotherhood 
Commission. The new agency retains many of the assignments of its predecessors, but is intended to 
be more effective and efficient in assisting SBC churches in reaching North America for Christ. 

Supporting Missionaries in North America 

Nearly 5,000 North American missions personnel serve in the U.S., its territories, and 
Canada. Their work is supported by more than 2,500 SBC-endorsed chaplains and 85,000 aduh, 
youth and student volunteers who make significant contributions in starting churches, evangelism and 
disaster relief NAMB also produces mission education materials which help Southern Baptists 
learn about, support and be on mission with their missionaries. 

Approximately half of NAMB's financial support comes from the annual Annie Armstrong 
Easter Offering for North American Missions (AAEO). The 1998 goal is $42 million, 100 percent of 
which supports missionaries on the field. More than one-third of NAMB's income is from the SBC 
Cooperative Program which also funds six SBC seminaries, 4,000 international missionaries, and the 
work of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and 40 state Baptist conventions. 

Two Major Thrusts: Evangelism and Church Starting 

An estimated 200 million people in the U.S. and Canada do not know Jesus Christ as Lord 
and Savior. The agency provides assistance to churches, associations and state conventions in soul- 
winning training, interfaith witness, church and community ministry including alternatives to abortion 
ministries, and special evangelistic events. 

Southern Baptists are starting 1,500 new churches every year, more than any other faith 
group, yet we are still not keeping pace with population growth NAMB provides resources and 
strategies for establishing churches and missions among all ethnic and language groups in the U.S. 
and Canada. 

Four Priorities 

Bob Reccord, NAMB's new president, has pledged the agency will use every appropriate 
means, including the most powerful communication technologies, to place special emphasis on four 
priorities: impacting major cities, growing ethnic congregations, evangelizing students, and 
mobilizing volunteers for missions. Pray for this new agency's missionaries, trustees and staff as they 
seek to serve Southern Baptist churches that are on mission in North America. 



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NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION, INC. 
1996 ANNUAL REPORT 



Distributions 

1920-1996 



16 . 
14 - 




1920-1980 1981-1984 1985-1988 1989-1992 1993-1996 



Charity 



The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 
1920 has been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in 
generating endowment to enhance their permanent financial support. The 
uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the institutions and General 
Board staff merits increased individual collective financial support. The Baptist 
Foundation is committed to assisting individual church members through creative 
stewardship methods to provide permanent financial undergirding of these 
ministries. 

As of December 31, 1996, the Foundation held $60,892,220 under 
management. In 1996, $2,600,680 was distributed to Baptist work and $1,259,082 
was distributed to individuals for a total distribution of $3,859,762. 

The income distributions for the entire 77-year history of the N. C. Baptist 
Foundation totals: $10,932,764 income paid to individuals and $16,059,259 to 
Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand historical total of 
$26,992,023. 

Richard D. Laws, Chairman of the Board 
Ralph W. Dixon, Jr., Executive Director 



Individuals 



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NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES - 1997 

Serving North Carolina Baptists for 862 years 



1996 COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY DATA 
Total ENROLLMENTS (REGULAR AND SyKtMER SCHOOL); 24,125 

Gradlwjtes: 4,119 - Faculty ? 1,456 - Administration: 161 

CHURCH-RELATED-VOCAllONSSmjDENTiSl 526 



CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY 

• Opened Januar>' 5, ] 887 as Buies' Creek Academy, 

• Became Buies' Creek Junior College, August 21,1 924. 

• Authonzed by Baptist State Convention to become Campbell 
College, December 17, 1926. 

• Began a senior college program witri the junior class m 1 96 1 

• School of Law founded in 1976. 

• Graduate program m Education launched m 1977, m 
Business, 1978 

• Became Campbell Umversity on June 6, 1979 School of 
Pharmacy and School of Education founded in 1985. 

• School of Divimty founded m 1995. 
Norman A. Wiggins, President 



CHOWAN college 

• f ounded and opened for students as Chowan Female 
hisUtute, October 1 1, 1848. 

f irst called Chowan Female Collegiate Institnte in 1851. 
First called Chowan Baptist Female histitute m 1868. 
Became Chowan College on May 17, 19)0 
Became coeducational senior college, 1931. 
Changed to a junior college, Seplembcr 1 937 
Changed to senior college status. Fall 1 992. 
Stanley G. Lott. President 



GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY 

• First chartered as Boiling Spnngs FLigh School. December 2, 
1905. 

• Opened as Boiling Spnnes Jmuor College, September 3, 
1928. 

• Name changed and new charter granted to Gardner- Webb 
Junior College, Inc., June 1942. 

• Charter amended m confornuty to the Constitution of the NC 
Baptist State Convention, November 1946. 

• Became a fully accredited senior college December 1 , 1 971 

• Became Gardner-Webb Universit> on Januai-y 1 , 1 993, and 
opened School of Divmity, Fall 1993. 

M. Christopher White, President 

MARS HILL COLLEGE 

• First commencement as French Broad Baptist Institute, July 
4, 1856. 

• Chartered as Mars FIill College, February 16, 1859. 

• Opened as Mars Hill Junior College, August 14, 1 922. 

• Began a senior college program in 1962. 
A. Max Lennon. President 



MEREDITH COLLEGE 

• hicorporated as Baptist Female Umversity of NC, February 

27, 1891. 

• Opened for students, September 27, 1899. 

• Became Baptist University for Women by legislative 
enactment, January 20, 1905 

• Became Meredith College by legislative enactment, January 
24, 1911 

John E. Weems. President 

WINGATE UNIVERSITY 

• Authorized as Wingate School of Union Baptist Association, 
1895 Opened 1896, chartered 1897. 

• Fiecame a junior college m 1 923. 

• Baptist State Convention assumed sponsorship, withdrew in 

1 930 and returned Wmgate College to support by Union anc 
other associations 

• I nistees first appomted by N C Baptist State Convention, i; 
1949. 

• Became a senior college in 1 977 

• Began oflenng graduate work m 1985. 

• Becimie Wingate Universir>' in 1 995 
Jerry E. McGee, President 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

• Opened as Wake Forest Institute, Febinary 3, 1 834 

• Chartered as Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, December 

28, 1838, 

• Bowman Gray Medical School of Wake l-oresl College, 
Winston-Salem, olTicially opened July 1, 1941; first class 
September 10, 1941 

• Wake Forest College autlionzed by special session of 
Convention meeting m Greensboro, July 30, 1946, to move t( 
Winston-Salem 

• First session in Winston-Salem began with the summer term, 
June 18, 1956; Wake Forest College became a university, 
June 12, 1967 

• Baptist State Convention and Wake Forest University 
established a new relationship on November 11,1 986 as 
described in the Convention s Constitution, Article XFV 

Thomas K. Hearn. Jr. , President 

Meredith College has formally requested a new rclalionshif 
■w ith the Baptist State Convention, patterned after the one 
with Wake Forest University The matter will be voted 
upon during the November 11-12, 1997 Convention. 



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Meeting the 
Challenges of 



Health Care IVeport to \ 

1997 the Associations [ 





Touching Lives With Hope" 




HOSPITAL HIGHLIGHTS 



Since opening its doors in 1923, The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated has 
remained fully committed to the purpose of carrying out a muiistry of healing as taught by Jesus 
Christ. It is this Christ-like spirit that has led patients such as Helen Keller to write: "When I was 
coming out from under surgery, they treated me with fme love, and I could feel it. I have been in 
places where it didn't matter how many times you pressed the call button, you would just lie there 
and wait, but the nurses at Baptist Hospital always came right away. If I ever have to go back to a 
hospital, this is where I would come." 

Baptist Benevolent Care Fund 

Baptist Churches from all across North Carolina joined us in mutual mission through the 
Mother's Day Offering. This annual ingathering of love was approved by the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina in 1924. In 1996 the MDO amounted to $456,497.00. It was used 
exclusively to help patients who had little or no health care insurance or other financial means to 
pay their hospital bills. From this past year's offering, over $200,000 was used to assist members 
of our Baptist Churches. May God bless all those who gave so generously. 

Division of Pastoral Care 

During the yeai' the Chaplains and Staff of the Pastoral Care Department provide worship 
services in Davis Chapel on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday for patients and family 
members. The Pastoral Care Department staff supervised 65 students during the year. They 
made more than 50,000 ministry contacts, an increase of 10% over the previous year. 

CareNet, Inc. continues to grow. There are now 1 3 counseling centers located in strategic 
areas across the state. During the year these centers will provide over 26,000 hours of counseling. 

The Center for Congregational Health, Inc., continues to expand its assistance to ministers 
and churches. Programs and assistance offered to churches include Consultants and Intentional 
Interims working with churches as they face the challenges of today. The Young Leader's 
Program helps in leadership development, and the Clergy Wellness Program, Turning Point, is 
designed to foster a holistic growth-approach to the individual minister's life calling. 

Points of Emphasis and Progress 

J. PAUL STICHT CENTER - In April the J. Paul Sticht Center on Aging and Rehabilitation 
opened the doors of a new 240,000 square foot state-of-the-arts building. Here services are 
provided to older adults. These services include a geriatric assessment clinic. Acute Care for the 
Elderly clinic, Alzheimer's disease and memory disorders clinic, osteoporosis clinic, geriatric 
gynecology clinic, a women's health center, education services, and a legal clinic for seniors. It 
houses a true "Day Hospital" for seniors - the first in the state - which provides therapy, examina- 
tions and rehabilitation as day-time treatment, eliminating costly overnight stays. ;^ 



The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 

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"Touching Lives With Hope" 



COMPREHAB - On November 4, 1996, the doors were opened to The Medical Center's new 
CompRehab Center. The 70,000 square-foot building houses a full spectrum of physical rehabili- 
tation and related clinical services, including a Sports Medicine Center, Foot and Ankle Center, 
The Hand Center, Outpatient Physical Therapy Center, Spine Center, and the Neurorehabilitation 
Center. 

TRAUMA CENTER - The Medical Center has the only designated Level I trauma center in 
Northwest North Carolina. In the trauma center our goal is for the patient to be in an operating 
room 10 minutes after arriving at the Emergency Department. Surgeons, anesthesiologists and 
staff remain on duty 24 hours a day to handle such emergencies. 

TOPS IN RESEARCH - According to a report in the February issue of Applied Clinical Trials, 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine ranked in the top 10 U.S. clinical research institutions. 

QUALCHOICE - Established by The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated, The 
Bowman Gray School of Medicine, and Wake Forest University, this managed care plan provides 
quality health care and patient physician choice. QualChoice is now able to offer coverage to 
ministers and church staffs. 

WEB SITE - You can learn more about The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated by 
checking us out on our Web site at: http://www.bgsm.edu. Here you can find helpful information 
about nutrition, research, and the division of Pastoral Care. 

HEALTH ON-CALL ™- Need a physician or answers to questions about health topics? Dial 
(800) 446-2255. A registered nurse will take your call and help you select the right physician, 
answer your questions, provide information or mail printed material to you. 

SWITCHBOARD - Assistance and information can be obtained by contacting one of our helpful 
and courteous switchboard operators at (910) 716-201 1 . 



In the midst of changing health-care norms, we will not deviate from the mission entrusted to us 
by the Baptist people of North Carolina. We stand fully committed to excellence and compas- 
sion, and remain visionary as we face the demands of the health care market. Under the provi- 
dence of God, we will continue to find the ways and means to be successful without compromise. 

Respectfully submitted, 



A CLOSING WORD 




Len B. Preslar, Jr. \/ 
President 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 



The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 

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Suggested Report to Associations 
Missions Division 

The Missions Division of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina directs all of its 
programs toward fulfilling the mission of the convention as stated in our constitution: ". . .to assist 
the churches with their Divinely appointed mission." The Division engages in two major thrusts to 
accomplish this mission. 

First, the Division starts new units of work. That involves starting new mission congregations 
among Black, Anglo and Language communities. Starting new language missions continues to 
challenge us because the ethnic population of our state is the fastest growing segment. Currently we 
have 130 language congregations where services are held in over eighteen languages. This is not to 
minimize our work among Blacks or predominantly Anglo communities, for we recognize that 
starting new units of work is our most effective strategy for reaching people who do not know 
Christ. 

In addition to starting new mission congregations, the Division also initiates new teaching 
and preaching points and new ministry engagements. Our work enables us to assist congregations 
that may want to start a ministry to a particular people group in their community such as the 
homeless, the handicapped, blind or hearing impaired. Through our work, new teaching 
opportunities such as offering English as a Second Language begin as well as new theological 
teaching centers through Seminary Extension. 

Our labors at starting new work can best be illustrated through SSN-that is. Starting 
Something New. We are committed to assisting churches and associations in starting new work to 
reach lost people. 

Secondly, our work assists churches in defining and understanding their mission field. Every 
church began through the vision of a group of people. But as time passes, the vision may be 
forgotten or even become irrelevant. The Missions Divisions assists churches that need to "dream 
again." We labor with congregations to gain a new vision of what God is calling them to do in their 
community. All missions work must begin where we are. Every church is a "mission outpost" in the 
midst cf a mission field. God's xdsion for each church is to reach its field with His Gospel. 

Starting new units of work and assisting churches in defining ttieir vision enables the Missions 
Division to fulfill its core value: to reach the 3.5 million people in North Carolina who are 
unchurched. Everything that we do, everything that we are about is measured by its effectiveness in 
helping us to live out our core value. We are but the tools and methods that Christ may use to carry 
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ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL REPORT 



Association Council met for annual planning retreat on Friday, August 1. We were invited 
to the home of Doug and Marie Robinson, also known as the Cove Creek church parsonage. The 
hospitality was gracious and the meal was dehghtful, setting the stage for a good time of sharing 
and planning. We have even been invited back next year. Things are looking up! 

After a time of discussing a mission statement, we set to making some projections about 
missions and ministries for our family of churches. Major emphases were reviewed with one 
alteration made, the addition of an area evangelistic crusade in the spring of 1999. The major 
emphases look this way: 

1995 - "Here's Hope" Simuhaneous Revivals 

1996 - Discipleship Development 

1997 - Community Ministry / Outreach 

1998 - World Mission Conference*** 

1999 - Worship / Area Evangelistic Crusade 

2000 - Simultaneous Revivals ("Celebrate Jesus 2000") 

At least a couple of new ministries were discussed and targeted for further consideration: 
seminary extension (referred to "Committee on Committees" to put together a study group) and 
"Key Leadership Training" for church leaders. We are always on the outlook for fresh ideas. Got 
any? 

As always, we have experienced transitions. Nora Wilson, turning 90 years young this month, 
has stepped down as Mission Development Council director after many years of faithful and 
capable service. We appreciate this missions warrior as she has helped our association to be very 
active on mission. Dean Coffey, pastor at Bethel will be taking up the torch to lead the MDC. 
Rachel Brandon requested leave from responsibilities as Senior Adult director. We welcome 
Mary Snead of Howard's Creek on board to lead in this ministry. Terri Miller declined 
reappointment as Music coordinator. Welcome to Billy Ralph Winkler of FBC, Boone to serve 
in this capacity. Kristy Aldridge had to relocate due to hubby's work. At this writing we do not 
have an "official" replacement for Youth Ministry director but appreciate Joe London of 
Howard's Creek filling in for now. We appreciate the willingness of these to serve, as well as the 
"old hands" who signed on for another year. 

*** World Mission Conference, our major focus for next year, has been scheduled for October 
4-11, 1998. Dr. Lamar King, pastor of FBC, Boone, has agreed to be our coordinator. Mark your 
calendars and let's be much in prayer for this mission revival emphasis. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION REPORT 
1996-97 SCHOOL YEAR 
BUD FISHER 
BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTER 
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY 

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina supports an active student 
ministry program on approximately forty-five (45) college and university campuses 
within North Carolina. Our convention financially supports eighteen full time 
ministers who are primarily tasked with the proclamation and wimess of the Christian 
faith on our campuses. These ministers work with student groups such as the Baptist 
Student Union, they cooperate with college/university administrative personnel in 
service to the individual mstitutions, they offer pastoral assistance to faculty and staff 
in personal and professional concerns, they explore creative approaches to student 
ministry with Baptist churches geographically located close to a campus, and provide 
student resources for outreach ministry and worship for these same churches. 

Some of the 1996-97 higWights for our statewide Baptist Student Union network 
are as follows: 

1) Approximately $75,(KX) raised for missions and ministry work throughout 
North Carolina, the United States and the world; 

2) Approximately 250 college students throughout North Carolina who have 
been selected, trained and who served for the summer of 1997 in our state, 
our nation and our world; and 

3) A number of special conferences and learning experiences that involve 
ministry in the following areas: a) black student ministry; b) international 
students; c) evangelism; d) global concerns and missions, and leadership 
development. 

Our local Baptist Student Union here at A ppalachian Stat e University (ASU) remains 
committed to the spiritual growth and enrichment of students on the campus of ASU. 
The following weekly programs have been provided to give direction to our commitment 
to students: 1) Monday evening Student-led Worship followed by a supper; 2) Bible 
Study groups; 3) Family Support groups; 4) a Spuitual Formation group; 5) a Senior 
Support group; 6) an Outreach Visitation group; and 7) a Tliursday noon Prayer Lunch. 
Pastoral care and pastoral counseling is made available by the Campus Minister to all 
students at any time as the need may arise. 

The ASU/BSU has continued our conmiitment to outreach social ministry with 
involvement in our community with programs such as our Resthome Ministry team, our 
involvement with Watauga Youth Network, and our Environmental Ministry of RecycHng. 
We also worked with and assisted the following organizations: the Hunger Coalition, 
Meals-on- Wheels, the Hospitality House, Project on Aging, the Sheher for Homeless 
Persons, and Resort Area Mmistries. 



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Our BSU sponsored several student ministry teams during the 1996-97 school year: 
a Puppet/Qown Team, a contemporary Christian singing group, a mixed gospel quartet, 
and tow outreach ministry/focus teams. These groups have ministered at approximately 
40 churches, covering a number of associations in Westem and Piedmont North Carolina. 
A number of these churches were within our own Three Forks Association. 

ASU/BSU students were actively involved as Summer Missionaries this summer. We 
had approximately 30 student summer missionaries serving from our group. The majority 
of these students were serving in North Carolina; however, we did have one student 
serving in South Carolina. We also extended ourselves beyond the contmental United 
States to include a student in England, a student in the Ukraine, and a student in Prague, 
Czech Republic. 

During the Spring Break week in March, seventeen (17) of our students gave up their 
break to spend a week doing disaster relief, playground construction and children's after- 
school programs in a poverty area near Charleston, West Virguiia. The students worked 
with renovation projects and major clean-up as they buiU meaningful relationships with 
persons who were suffering in the midst of poverty and natural disaster. 

Our Baptist Student Union here at Appalachian depends entirely on local support for 
our program money. We do not receive any program funds from the North Carolina 
Baptist State Convention. We are deeply grateful to the five (5) churches in our Three 
Forks Association who have supported our BSU ministry through their church budgets. 
Also, we are grateful to the entire association for their interest and support of this vital 
ministry to students. 



BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

"The Year of Vision" 

The Brotherhood work for the past year has been one of trying to receive from God a 
vision and purpose for the Brotherhood and the Royal Ambassador boys. As many of you 
know, I was new to this job last year and also to this Association, therefore the work has 
been slow and a learning process. I envision a more productive year coming. Let me take 
this time to say thanks to all that helped in the past year. Without you we could not have 
gone this far. 

After much prayer, I believe the Lord has revealed that to become a strong Brotherhood 
which can encompass all our churches, we must have two things: 

1. A vision, a look at what God wants us to do and be in the future 

2. A purpose statement in which every man and boy can read and know what we are about 

and how they can fit in. This is one of my primary goals for next year. 

The exciting part has been watching God begin to bring this about through the different men 
and churches involved in His work already. Some of the ways we have seen this is in the 



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willingness to work together on projects (unity). Also, by working with Howard's Creek on the 
Handyman/disaster relief bus, which has already been used for the glory of God. We also want 
to share in praise for what the Lord has done in Dennis Hampton's life as he steps out in faith 
to do full-time mission work in this area. My second goal for next year is to support Deruiis and 
to encourage churches to work with the Handyman bus. 

This year of Vision lias opened my eyes to new opportunities of growth, and work for the 
Brotherhood. Please pray for us as He leads and we follow. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Steve Leashomb 



OmECTOR OF MISSIONS REPORT 

"Intersections" 

Driven around Boone lately? What an adventure! I look at all the congestion and traffic 
snarls caused by construction and heavy usage with a different eye as I think about my soon- 
to-be 15-year old and then 16-year old potential licensed-driver daughter. Will Ruth be able 
to navigate the potholes, barriers, and construction crews that lie in her path? 

Intersections are particularly fraught with peril. You're cruising from Blowing Rock to 
Boone on 321, negotiating between tourists meandering along enjoying the sights and Jeff 
Gordon-esque ASU students late for class. You slow up a bit at the outskirts of Boone for 
traffic lights and then, boom, 321 meets 105 and you wonder if you should have packed 
lunch. 

Crossing of roads confront us with choices. Right tum? Left turn? Straight on? Particularly 
in unfamiliar territory, but even on home turf, we wonder how our decisions will tum out. 
Will the way ahead be clear or a tangled mess? The uncertainty, abrupt stops, lane switching, 
and traffic moving at cross purposes often result in wrecks, even loss of life. 

The image is a good one as we consider our family of churches. Many of our 
congregations are at intersections. Some are weathering transitions in leadership as pastors 
depart, pillars of the church cross over to thek eternal reward, families re-locate, members 
"drop out". Others are embarking into building programs, new ministries, new methods. These 
and other factors create potential fender benders or even head-on collisions. 

A point I want to leave with you: WE HELP EACH OTHER THROUGH THE 
INTERSECTIONS OR NO ONE GOES ANYWHERE!! This lesson emerged crystal clear in 
my mission trips to Sao Paulo, Brazil, a megatropolis of 20 some million folks. On about my 
5th trip there, the bewildering chaos of traffic began to make sense. Every traffic law might 
not be obeyed as "drivers became very creative at intersections, but people were helping each 
other along. It was the only way that any headway could be made through the swarming mass 



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of vehicles. 



Have we learned to help one another through the crossroads? Are we praying for one another, 
encouraging one another, and above all things, loving one another as we seek to follow the 
Spirit's guidance along the way? Or are we so consumed with our mad dash to our destination 
that we have no time for our fellow travellers? What a difference between a smile, a wave to 
allow another to enter traffic which eases everyone along and blaring horns, angry gestures, 
screaming brakes and all too often crunching metal. Let's be mindful of our fellow Kingdom 
wayfarers, that we all might make it through the intersections. 

As always, it has been a blessing to be "in the churches". A brief summary of activities since 
last report (September 1, 1996- August 31, 1997): I have preached once or more in 16 of our 
churches, visited in 37 and led in mission emphases in 8. (Ahogether, I was in all but 1 of our 
40 churches in some capacity last year. Sorry, White Rock, Lord willing. 111 be there soon.) It 
was my privilege to share in revival at Poplar Grove and Cool Springs this past year. Poplar 
Grove had me back to preach at Homecoming and I also assisted their pastor search committee. 
I have been teaching Old Testament survey at Tliree Forks on Wednesday evenings. There were 
many opportunities to participate in training, committee meetuigs, ministry, planning, etc. A 
highUght of the year was a partnership mission trip to South Africa. Thanks for the invitations 
to serve. Let me know how I might be of assistance. 

A major intersection for oiu" association was the departure of Denise Smith as secretary after 
many years of faithful and effective service. We pray the best for Denise as she serves at Mt. 
Vernon (and expectations for a new ministry as Mom in February!). We have welcomed Tena 
Combs Miller, member at Cove Creek, who has stepped in and done a marvelous job. God has 
blessed us once again. 

Thanks for the manifold ways you continue to support the ministry of our family of churches 
through prayer, giving and participation. We are in the midst of a small capital campaign for a 
van and finishing out the upstairs of the Baptist Building for living quarters. We appreciate the 
churches that have already and those who will be supporting this effort. It appears that church 
contributions will be slightly down from last year if the giving trend keeps up. This is a concern 
as we seek to grow toward the future as "Mountain Churches on Mission for the Master". God 
is faithful thus far and we trust Him to provide in days to come. Praise the Lord! 



Discipleship Training in Three Forks Association is increasingly taking a variety of 
forms, as is the case throughout the Southern Baptist Convention. The tried and true is still 



In Christ, 




Ken Boaz 



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available and is still working for some churches but all churches are also seeking ways to make 
and grow disciples in the church of the nineties. Tunes, places, and formats are changing and 
expanding. Even the concept of what is discipleship training is expanding. The name says it all. 
Whatever the church is doing that trains disciples IS discipleship training. 

In light of this, a top down Associational Discipleship Training program that can apply to 
all our churches is impossible. But there are ways we can and do and will help. One is through 
resource material. A basic one, LEADING DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING IN THE CHURCH, 
1997-98, should now be in the hands of every church's Discipleship Training leader. Your 
association office and your discipleship co-supporters, Herb Hash and Darrell Bare can help you 
with questions and can help examine materials and curricula available for your church's needs. 
In addition, we are beginning to add and update materials available through the associational 
library. This will be an increased priority this year, thanks to the help of media coordinator 
Earlene Campbell. Needs and suggestions for library additions can be made to the association 
office. 

Another way to support discipleship training is tlu-ough the mutual support of our churches. 
Toward that end, a major project in 1998 will be a Disciplesliip Expo to be held at Greenway 
Church's Family Life Center on Saturday, April 18, 1998. The format is simple. Every church 
in the Association is being encouraged to set up a display booth showing at least one thing that 
you have been doing in discipleship training recently. It might be traditional and straightforward, 
or it may be something brand new. By seeing and sharing with one another, we can both 
celebrate what is being done and learn how to do it even better. DT leaders in the churches will 
be helped by your associational co-supporters as you plan for this occasion . 

This report would be incomplete without a celebration of Children and Youth Bible Drills 
and a word of thanks to our Bible Drill Coordinator, Gail Beimett (who sends her thanks to all 
who work in this important ministry). The following list is of churches who sent teams to the 
Associational drills last March, hosted by Pleasant Grove Church. Listed with their church are 
the children who advanced to state drills. Pleasant Grove: Tyler Hayes, Tiffany Leashomb, 
Thomas McGhiimis; Oak Grove: Dustin Presnell, Sam Thompson; Greenway: Samuel Addison, 
McKenzie Anderson, Stephanie McMillan, Lindsay Yates; Mt. Vernon: Taylor Burgess, Isaac 
Critcher, Patrick Critcher, Robert Ellison, Brandon Lee, Bryan Miller, Molly Petrey, Brian 
Wilson; Perkinsville: Tyler Greene, Anna Himt, Jamie Marsh, Jennifer Marsh. The following 
youth advanced to the state driUs. Greenway: Danae Addison, Ashley Ginn, Elise Miller, 
Wiflowdale: Leann Cole, Carla Greene; Mt, Vernon: Hannah Bell, Caleb Critcher. 
Associational Drills for 1998 will be held at Oak Grove Church on Saturday, March 21. 

Darrell Bare 

Discipleship Training Supporter 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT 



During the 1996 - 1997 church year, the Executive Committee met a total of three (3) times. 
A hearty "thank you" is extended to members of the committee for making this a priority, by 
attending on a regular basis. 

Several issues of importance were addressed and acted on by the committee. There were 
those dealing with intemal matters, but the majorit}' were concerning Mission projects. 
Following are some of the highlights of the past year: 

1. We were saddened to say good-bye to Denise Smith, who had done such a great job as 

secretary, but the joy was in being able to welcome Tena Miller on board. 

2. After a lengthy time the gym at Camp Joy has now been removed. 

3. The Executive Committee approved a reconmiended change to tiie Constitution which will 

be presented at this years meeting. 

4. Believing that long term partnerships are of great value, the New York partnership was 

extended for another year. 

5. Our participation in the South Africa Partnership has grown with five (5) teams going from 

here to South Africa. We have also had three (3) groups or individuals to visit us making 
this a two-way partnership. 

6. The Association is represented in the "Handy Man" effort, which is a much needed mission, 

thanks to Howard's Creek Church. 

7. The Committee approved the appointment of two (2) summer interns which worked with 

TFBA and RAM. 

8. A World Mission Conference was approved for the fall of 1998. Several churches have 

aheady agreed to be involved. 

9. Realizing that there are those within the Association that would want to go on mission trips, 

but lack immediate funds, the Committee approved the establishment of a "mission 
support fund". From this an interest free loan could be made, to be repaid at a determined 
date. 

10. The Committee discussed completing the upstairs, at the office building, to be used for 

housing visitors, and purchasing as Associational van. Both were approved and a Capital 
Campaign was begun to raise the needed fimds. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
J. Gordon Rawls, Moderator 



GENERAL BOARD REPORT 

This has been another good year for the General Board. We have had serious discussion 
on and in regards to trustee selections at the Baptist Hospital and at Meredith College. There 
has been no official action taken in regards to these matters. It is likely that in our 
September meeting that further discussion will be forthcoming before going to the Convention 
in November. 



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Also, we should note that the main decision for the General Board will be the approval of 
the new General Secretary and Treasurer of the Baptist State Convention. A name has been 
presented and will likely be approved by both the General Board and the Convention in session 
in November. 

I gladly submit this report and ask for your approval. I remain 

Sincerely, 

J.G. Early, representative 



Appalachian District Health Department Hospice 
Program Evaluation 
July I, 1996 - June 30, 1997 

Appalachian District Health Department Hospice provided care to 185 patients this past fiscal 
year. Seventy-five percent of the patients had a primary diagnosis of cancer. The other 25% 
included the following: cardiovascular disease, lung disease, end stage renal disease, Alzheimer's, 
and AIDS. 

The average number of patients served per month was 43. 1 1 with an average length of stay 
of 66.13 days. ADHD Hospice provided 10,583 total care days. Inpatient days were 1.7%, 
respite days were 0.08%, continuous care days were 0.43%, and nursing home days were 16.8%. 
Patients ranged in age from 26 to 100 years with the average being 74 years. ADHD Hospice 
served 92 males and 93 females. One hundred and fifty patients were admitted and there were 
34 carryovers from the past year. One hundred twenty eight deaths occurred and there were 33 
discharges. Thirty-four patients were being served at the end of the fiscal year. 

Hospice provided 2,540 visits by the nurses, 856 by the social workers, and volunteers 
provided 4,336 hours of service. This provided Hospice with a cost of savings of $36,856.00 
based on $8.50 per volunteer hour. 

Fifty-four community education programs were provided during the fiscal year with 2,035 
people attending the sessions. Tliere were 12,269 contacts made in support of Hospice last year. 

Total length of stay in Hospice has increased over the last year. It is our goal that each 
person in our three county area be informed of the availability of Hospice services and the 
services provided by Hospice. Hospice lessens the burden on the entire family through a 
coordinated effort of medical, psychological, spiritual and social involvement between the patient, 
family, and the Hospice team. 

There is no financial eligibiUty for the Hospice program. Tlie cost of Hospice services is 
covered by Medicare, Medicaid, most private insurances, fund raising activities, and donations. 
Hospice provides care to patients and families facing Hfe-limiting illness regardless of ability to 
pay. 



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All fund raising activities identified in Goals for Fund Raising were successfully carried out. 
A total of $129,499.00 was received in the Hospice Foundation from fund raising activities, 
donations, and memorials. 

Program goals and patient care goals identified for 1996-1997 were achieved. A bereavement 
expansion program has been implemented which included support groups in each county, 
development of puppet shows in Alleghany and Watauga, and the purchase of an expanded 
facility in Watauga for community education and grief support. The facility in Watauga County 
was completely paid for this year. A bereavement camp was held for children ages 6-12 in 
Watauga and Ashe Counties who had experienced the loss of a significant person in the past 
year. The day camp was a great success according to staff and family members of children 
attending. 

An Ethics Committee was organized for Hospice and High Country Home Health and has 
been meeting regularly this year. An educational program on ethics entitled "Ethical Issues in 
Home Health and Hospice Care" is scheduled to be presented to staff and other interested people 
in our community on October 23rd. 

Roger Newton, 
Hospice Chaplain 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL REPORT 

The Missions Development Council (MDC) met 6 limes during the year, attendance 
included MDC members and representatives from associational missions organizations. 
Director of Missions, and otliers at some of the meetings. Discussions included plans, 
decisions and suggestions conceniing these areas: 

1. Summer Intems for Association Ministries. 

* MDC cooperated with Tom Moore of Resort Area Ministries to co-sponsor 
two intems. Jeff Smith and Laimy Wilson, members of FBC, Blowing Rock, 
were chosen to do simmier missions work. 

2. Disaster Relief. 

* $2,000.00 was earmarked for quick response to disasters, money to come from 

Designated Missions account. 

3. Community Awareness Day, March 22, 1997. 

* Director of Missions made good contacts as he was in charge of a booth, representing 

our Association. 

4. South Africa Partnership. 

* MDC coordinated visit of Trevor and Trent Eayrs from South Africa. Expenses of 



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Three Forks Baptist Association was $215,73. Other expenses and provisions 
were provided by churches, including housing at FBC, Boone mission house. 

* Discussion and decisions on 2 construction teams that went to South Africa in 

March and May of 1997. Good reports of work accomplished. 

* A chain saw was purchased for South Africa partnership from South Africa Partnership 

funds, $231,06. 

* For construction cost of church building in Ndwedwe, May/June 1997, it was 

suggested that 20 churches contribute $50.00 each toward this. Eighteen 
churches gave $1,125.00. Three individuals gave an additional $131.00 for a 
total of $1,256.00, surpassing "20/50" goal of $1,000.00. 

* WMU Director of South Africa is to speak at Greenway Church, October 9, 

1997. (Covered dish meal at 6:30 p.m.) 

5. Ukraine Partnership. 

* Voted to extend this partnersliip through 1998. 

* North Carolina Baptist State Convention placed this partnership under Baptist Men's 

Department. 

* Reports and news of work being done was reported by Perry Greene, Jr. ("Skip") 

in our meetings. 

* Have sponsored home missionary in Ukraine for $750,00 annual support, 

6. New York Partnership, 

* MDC requested that New York Partnership be extended through September 
1998, This was taken to Association Executive Board for their decision and 
was approved. Gordon Rawls, Director. 



7, Mobile Ministry Booth, 

* Unit is available for use by churches and association. Some improvements were 

made on the booth during the year. 

8, Volunteer Mission Support Fimd, 

* A fund to make loans available for mission participants was approved, with suggestion 

that $5,(XX).00 as "seed" money to be taken from Tlu-ee Forks Baptist Association 
general funds. This item was approved by Association Executive Board. 

9, Handyman / Disaster Recovery Ministry. 

* MDC elected to cooperate with Howard's Creek Church on this ministry. 

* Approved $500,00 from designated missions fund to go toward equipping of bus 

for this ministry. 

10, Budget Requests. 

* Suggestions were taken to the Finance Committee of the Association: 

Missions Development Council - $ 500.00 
Southem Africa Partnership - $3,000.00 
New York Partnership - $ 500.00 
Ukraine Partnership - $1,000,00. 



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11. Non-Associational Ministry Support Policy. 

* Policy about giving money to Non-Associational organizations was discussed. A 

committee was appointed: Dean Coffey, Gordon Rawls, Ken Boaz, and Chuck 
Phillips. This is to be discussed in October 7, 1997 meeting of MDC. 

12. Habitat for Humanity Request. 

* A proposal from this orgainization to build a house through the Association was 

presented and discussed. It was suggested that a letter be sent to churches 
concerning this. Response came from 7 churches. This was taken to Ministers' 
Conference for further discussion. 

13. Donation of Used Vehicles Proposal. 

* Manning Gambrell of Watauga County Social Services presented a plan for getting 

transportation for welfare mothers. This is to be taken to Executive Board. 

Nora Wilson 
MDC Director 

"Thank You" to MDC members, Director of Missions, Associationai missions leaders and 

others for your participation during this year. 



MUSIC COUNCIL REPORT 

The goal of the Three Forks Music Council is to build fellowship among our churches, 
provide leadership training, and serve as a music resource. Our council is made up of Terri 
Miller, Kathy Butler, Judy Shomaker, and Nancy Wood. 

Our two annual events that have met with the greatest success continue to be the Children's 
and Youth Choral Praise and the Adult Choral Praise, Tlie Adult Choral Praise was held the last 
Sunday of October at First Baptist Church, Boone. We had a wonderful crowd with excellent 
singing. The Qiildren's and Youth Choral Praise was held the last Sunday of April at First 
Baptist Church, Blowing Rock. This event continues to grow. The response was so great this 
year that the church was filled to overflowing! It was a thrill to hear the children and youth lead 
us in worship through music. 

It has been my privilege to serve the Association as Music Director these past few years. 
I know the Music Council wUl continue to be active in seeking ways to serve you and the Lord. 

Terri Miller 
Music Director 



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PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 



The 1999 Annual Session of the Three Forks Association will be held with Oak Grove 
Baptist Church, with Rev. Bud Russell preaching and Rev. Steve Leashomb as alternate. The 
second day's session will be held with Willow Valley Baptist Church, with Rev. Dean Burris and 
Rev. Chuck Edmondson as alternate. 

Rev. Don Holder 



Prison Ministry Report 
September, 1996- August, 1997 
N. C. Department of Correction 
Watauga Correctional Center #4660 

Herbert H. Hash, Jr. has presently served over eight years as Prison Chaplain of the 
Watauga Correctional Center on a part-time basis. He is presently supported by the Watauga 
County Ministerial Association for 35 hours a week annually. The 1997 budget is $24,055. 

Twelve of our local churches are involved in conducting Sunday and Thursday worship 
services throughout the year(9:00 AM and 6:45 PM on Sundays and 6:45 PM on Thursdays). 
The churches are as follows: Brushy Fork Baptist, Cove Creek Baptist, First Baptist Boone, 
Greenway Baptist, Oak Grove Baptist, Perkinsville Baptist, Rutherwood Baptist, Boone United 
Methodist, Saint Luke's Episcopal, Advent Christian, Living Water Christian Fellowship, and 
Faith Chapel Holiness. Oak Grove Baptist and Advent Christian alternate on Sunday evenings, 
and the Living Water Christian Fellowship conducts all of the Thursday evening services, with 
the exception of a few special events. 

Chaplain Hash conducted a Bible study at 6:45 PM on Tuesdays throughout the year. 
Occasionally, approved volunteer workers such as Henry Strahan, T.J. Jackson, and Bill Cook, 
Jr., as well as some inmates, pinch hit for and otherwise assisted the chaplain in carrying on these 
studies and services. The Brushy Fork Baptist Choir conducted three Gospel Sings in the inmate 
dining hall during the year; another was conducted by the Faith Chapel Holiness Church from 
West Jefferson. There were three Christian drama presentations during the year by the following 
groups : (1) the His Heart youth group from Plumtree, N.C.; (2) the COLORS Wesleyan 
Methodist college group from ASU; and (3) the drama group from Boone United Methodist 
Church consisting of Paul and Diana Haas and Joel Williams; they presented The People vs. Jesus 
in the inmate dining hall. 

Our Fall Preaching Services were conducted on October 6-10, 1996. Over the five 
services we averaged 1 inmates and 7 volunteers in attendance. There were 7 rededications to 
Christ during these services. Our Spring Preaching Services were conducted May 19-22, 1997. 
Over the four services we averaged 10 inmates and 5 volunteers in attendance. There were 4 
professions of faith in Christ, and there was 1 rededication to Christ as a result of these services. 



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With regard to volunteer work in prison mmistr>', Paul Haas was recognized as 
"Volunteer of the Year" for 1996 at the Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner held at The 
Mining Company on April 14, 1997. For several years Paul has been a faithful member of our 
Community Prison Resource Council md has always been a strong supporter of the Christian 
ministry we provide for both officers and inmates. He has also been an active member of the 
Prison Committee Task Force of The Watauga County Ministerial Association. Additionally, 
Paul has been active as an inmate sponsor(requires eight hours of volunteer training and allows 
the sponsor to take an inmate into the community to begin the readjustment process upon release 
from prison). 

With regard to financial support, the highlight of the year was a gift of $20,000 from an 
anonymous donor in August of 1997! The Prison Committee Task Force has voted that the gift 
be distributed as follows: (1) $8,000 to the general budget; (2) $5,000 to upgrade the chaplain's 
salary; and (3) $7,000 to assist irunates in rebuilding their family relationships upon release. To 
date $6,432.72 has been spent on (3) above, providing assistance to some 16 former inmates and 
their families. It needs to be pointed out here that this is from the same donor who sent us a 
check for $20,000 in 1995(you may recall that $10,000 of the first $20,000 was set aside to help 
former inmates and their families in their time of readjustment upon the termination of 
incarceration). These gifts have been a marvelous blessing from the Lord, and we will continue to 
use these fijnds in Christian ministry to glorify Him! Also, related to finances, former inmate 
Duncan Butler returned to Boone from Greensboro, N.C. to be the guest musician in a benefit for 
prison ministry which was held on April 20, 1997 at the Boone United Methodist Church. This 
concert gave the ministiy a broad and positive exposure(some 300 plus in attendance) which will 
continue to benefit the ministry. Mr. Butler is presently the Minister of Music at Mount Pleasant 
Christian Church in Greensboro, N.C. 

From the Chaplain: I remain grateftil to the Three Forks Baptist Association for its strong 
support of prison ministry over the years. The Association's financial support, prayer support, 
and volunteer support have been critical in doing the work that has been done. Though there is 
continuing talk of closing the prison toward the latter part of 1998, 1 urge the continuing support 
of the Association for however long the prison stays open. Though the future of the prison looks 
bleak, we must not slack off in financial, prayer, or volunteer support while it is open. The 
officers and inmates are depending on us to be faithful. More than that, however, God is calling 
on us to be faithful to the work He has given us to do. 

STATISTICS 



Professions of faith in Christ 




8 


Baptisms 




8 


Rededications to Christ 




22 


Worship services 




172 


Average inmate attendance in 


worship 


9 


Bible studies 




42 


Average inmate attendance in 


Bible study 


8 


Gospel Sings 




4 


Average inmate attendance in 


Gospel Sings 


22 


Marriages(in prison chapel) 




1 



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Total ministry hours by chaplain 
Total ministry hours by other volunteers 
Outside speaking engagements by chaplain 
Donations( Above Budget): 



1694 
714 
36 



Inmate assistance( while incarcerated) 



495 
7,000 
568 
382 
782 
^7 



Inmate assistance(to help inmates upon release) 



Bibles 

Discipleship materials 

Miscellaneous 

Total: 



RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 



BE IT RESOLVED that we, the messengers who comprise the 157th Annual Session of the 
Three Forks Baptist Association: 

1. Express our sincere thanks to our host churches, Mt. Calvary and Perkins ville, and to their 
leaders, pastors and all who worked to provide for our comfort and the delicious meals. 

2. Express our appreciation to our moderator, Rev, Gordon Rawls, and vice-moderator. Rev. 
Don Holder, for the gracious spirit in which they directed the 157th Annual Session and for their 
past and continuing leadership in the Association. 

3. Extend our thanks to our guest speakers for their reports and inspirational messages. 

4. Express our appreciation for the plannmg of the program committee, the inspirational 
messages and music, and the informative presentations of those on the program. 



Due to my short term in office as Senior Adult Leader in the Three Forks Association, 
my report reflects a letter of introduction written to our Sr. Aduh Leaders in the Associaton 
pertaining to the various activities which have been planned for the year and to further 
explain that a phone call would be forth coming regarding our trip to Pigeon Forge, TN. 

My intentions are to visit each church which presently does not have a Sr. Adult Leader 
and to help them organize a group of Seniors and to get them started with a ministry whether 
it be just of prayer, visiting or having fellowship. 

i r 

Some of the upcoming activities include an overnight trip to Pigeon Forge, TN, a 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Richard N. Miller, Chairman 
Resolutions Committee 



SENIOR ADULTS REPORT 



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Christmas party, a Grandfather Mountain Trip, several picnics and suppers and work shops to 
develop Senior Aduh ministries. 

Mary Snead 
Senior Adult Leader 



STEWARDSHIP REPORT 

Developing church leaders by growing stewards is vital. Qiurch leaders, individual members 
and the corporate church must continually aspire to greater faithfubiess in stewardship principles. 
No one ever "arrives". 

Stewardship ministry development should be the foimdation for all other mmistries in your 
church. A strong stewardship ministry is achieved only by the united support of the pastor, other 
ministers and all persons leading the work of your church. 

ITiis past year oiu emphasis has been on Christian money management with a Christian 
Money Management Seminar being held at South Fork Baptist Church. It was led by Rev. Ken 
Batts of the Baptist State Convention and was well attended. 

Submitted by 
Dean Coffey 



SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

Our theme in Sunday School work for 1995-1999 is "Carry the Light". Within that theme 
our emphasis for the past year has been "Share Christ's Love". That emphasis on sharing grew 
to a grand conclusion during October as many churches in our association conducted Soul 
Winning Commitment Day and High Attendance Day under the banner of "Light Your World!" 

The challenge for Sunday School during 1997-1998 is to "Carry the Light - Follow Christ's 
Example". We are to do this in Sunday School by - 

- reaching out to ail people as Qirist did, offering hope, life, light, and good news; 

- providing multiple opportunities for people to discover God's truths for their lives 

through the study of His Word and thiough relationships with His people; 

- sharing an authentic wimess of Chilst to every person through words and deeds, 

thereby making every effort to lead them to know the love of Christ; 

- caring for people through selfless ministry that meets their needs; 

- involving people in a unique fellowship of love that strengthens them and the church; 

and 

- leading individuals and families to worship Christ, the Perfect Example and Model for 

abundant life. 



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Jesus Christ called His followers from the darkness of a world that had lost its way and gave 
them Himself, the penetrating light of salvation and hope, to carry back into that world. Today 
Jesus continues to call people to carry His light into a world that lives in the darkness of hatred, 
violence, and despair, Christ calls His people to follow His example. 

Richard Miller 
Sunday School Director 



Watauga County Hunger Coalition Report 

Report of the Executive Director 



Incorporated in the State of North Carolina in January 1982, the 
Hunger Coalition is celebrating its 15th year of serv'm^ County residents. 
The mission of the Coalition is " to relieve poverty and hunger in our area". 
The Hummer Coalition in these past 15 years has evolved from a pantry closet 
at the Jones House to a pantry that houses over $4,000 in wholesale-valued 
inventory. [We cannot easily dismiss that two-thirds of our food distributed 
feeds children.] A pharmacy program is now the Coalitions' most activ e and 
most expensive program. With an inventory estimated at over $70,000 and 
prescriptions averaging $11,000 per month it has eKpenenced incredible 
growth in twenty eight months. 

I am very proud of the work our team of volunteers does supported by 
one full time and two part time-staff members. Joan Chater and Debbie 
Galleher give time and talent in far greater amounts than required. Joan is 
responsible for the Faith Community Fund, and works with our pharmacy 
volunteers. Using her degree as a Registered Nurse, Joan assists the clients 
during pharmacy hours and is available to help with nurs\ng plans during 
11 to 5 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Debbie is the newest member 
of our team, she arrived Just as the Sharing Tree project was getting up a 
head of steam and has been keeping a steady pace ever since. Her most 
valued accomplishment to date was putting together talent and material to 
completely reroof a clients trailer. The need was critical and Debbie never 
gave up over a six month period. By July 10th the dream will be reality. 



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Our funding is diversified tinough not deep enough. The 
financial statement shows fur)d\r\g from Foundations and Grants both unthin 
and outside North Carolina, from Watauga County and the Town of Boone, 
from United Way and FEMA and from the Faith Communities represented in 
Watauga County. Less than 20% of our resources come from any single 
source. Administrative costs are currently 17%. Our in-kind support is 
100% of the annual budget, an enviable position for any agency. 

This fiscal year we have added a computerized client tracking 
system and trained volunteers and staff in its use. Our wood lot has e\ ery 
chance of becoming organized by the end of the summer of '97. Our pantry 
is systematized, stock is rotated, the freezers and rcfridgerators are efficiently 
used and clients are helped in an orderly, courteous manner. We offer clients 
and their families goal directed short-term counseling, help in understanding 
family systems, budget guidance and mentoring. 

The McLaughlin Free Pharmacy is underfunded making it necessary to 
return unfilled prescriptions in grow'm^ numbers. During June 1997, we 
filled two hundred and thirty two prescriptions requested by one hundred and 
fifty three persons. 

Together the Hunger Coalition team served 1422 individuals and 
families giving preventive medications, emergency food boxes, firewood for 
cooking or heating, crisis ener^ assistance vouchers and the gift of listening. 
Our first volunteer awards picnic will be held in July 1997. 

The 'can do' mentality of every person associated with the Hunger 
Coalition helps turn mission statements into accomplishments. Fighting 
hunger and preventing illness is a huge Job. Doing the best we can for every 
person who comes to our office isn't. For the Hunger Coalition volunteers 
and staff doing the best we can where we are, and being kind, gives us a well 
done' feeling at the end of our busy days. 

On behalf of our clients we want to thank everyone who helps. 



respectfully submitted 



Ceia Webb 
6-30-97 



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Woman's Missionary Union Report 
THEME: Hand in Hand 

"For we are partners working together with God» and you are God's 
field. You are a!so God's building." 1 Corinthians 3:9 (TEV) 

The Woman's Missionary Union of the Three Forks Baptist Association provided 
activities and opportunities for mission's education, spiritual growth, fellowship and 
meeting the needs of those in our communities. The following events were held: 

-WMU Leadership Conference, September 16 at Rutherwood Baptist Church. A total of 
52 were present. Lisa Stokes, SOS representative with the Watauga Youth Network 
spoke of the needs that they have that churches could help with. 

-Mission Friends Hallelujah Festival, October 19, Greenway Baptist Church. 12 of the 17 
churches with Mission Friends participated. This event encouraged families with 
preschoolers to come and have fun. Activities were provided by each church and an 
estimated 250-300 people attended. Many families from non Baptist churches and the 
community came. One highlight of the day was the visit of Trent and Trevor Eayers from 
South Africa. 

-Medical/Dental Unit, October 25&26~The Associational WMU provided meals for the 
staff as well as those who came for medical assistance. A total of approximately 50 
people were fed 

-Baptist Women's Day of Prayer, November 4, Greenway Baptist Church. Eleven 
churches were represented with 51 in attendance. The total offering was $152.47. 

-Women on Mission Celebration, November 1 8, Greenway Baptist Church. Inna Duke, 
executive director of the North Carolina WMU was the guest speaker. A total of 85 
women and 3 pastors attended representing 17 churches. 

-The annual Pastor, Staff and Spouse Christmas Meal was hosted by Cove Creek Baptist 
Church at the Western Watauga Community Center. 

-The Associational WMU provided gloves for the Women's Correctional Center. 

-Residents in local rest and nursing homes received Christmas gifts provided by , 
individual church WMU groups. 

-Project HELP: CHILD ADVOCACY was the national ministry project for 1996-97. 
Churches were encouraged to contact Lisa Stokes at Watauga Youth Network for 
suggestions as to how they could help children in our area. s 



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-The Associational WMU provided refreshments for a reception honoring Denise Smith 
and Tena Miller. 

-Five members of the Associational Leadership Team attended Missions Extravaganza. 
We also had two others to attend with us. One is a member of a church without WMU. 

-84th Aimual WMU Meeting, May 6, Willowdale Baptist Church. The speaker was Rev. 
Steve LeaShomb, pastor of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Two $300 scholeirships were 
awarded Recipients were Stephanie Beach and Mark E. Norris. A total of $309.90 was 
received for the scholarship fund. 

-Churches contributed many items to the Baptist Children's Home. 

-Churches contributed to Operation: Christmas Child sponsored by Samaritans Purse. 

May each WMU member be challenged to put her hand in the hand of the Father and 
work with Him to reach a lost and dying world. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Judy Branch 

Associational WMU Director 



YOUTH REPORT 

God has been at work in the area of Associational Youth Ministry during the past year 
with exciting programs such as: 

A Walk with Christ to th e Cross (All night program iii which youth retrace Christ's steps 
during his last night on earth. All the trials and persecutions are relived using Bible studies, 
dramas, and videos.) 

True Love Waits (Although there was no specific associational event, our association 
provided the resource kits for individual church youth programs to make commitments of 
sexual purity until marriage.) 

Third Dav (concert at Mount Vernon by nationally recognized Contemporary Christian Artist 
— packed house!!) 

Prayer Events ( We observed two national programs concerning prayer - The National Day of 
Prayer in which youth groups met for breakfast and prayed, and See You at the Pole 
(SYATP) where over 100 students gathered at WHS flagpole at 7:00 a.m. and experienced 
student-led prayer. Late that evening we had an Associational SYATP Party at Camp Sky 
Ranch with a catered meal, volleyball, paddle boats and a special speaker. God again was 



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present as six young people gave their hearts to Christ.) . 

Aside from programs, our Youth Ministry has moved forward educationally also. We tri- 
sponsored a Youth Workers Training Seminar with associations from Ashe and Wilkes. Speakers 
from the State Convention came and shared their expertise. We have also upgraded and 
restocked the Associational Library with new and relative youth materials and supplies. Videos, 
music CD's, and various kinds of literature are now available. 

The Associational Youth Ministry has experienced a great year and look forward to wiiming 
and growing young people for Christ in the coming year. Please pray for youth of our area and 
for God to supply an Associational Youth Director. 



Respectfully Submitted 
Rev. Joe London 



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1997-98 NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT 



Associationai Clerk , . , . Mrs. Sue McGhinnis 

Brotherhood Director Mr. Steve Leashomb 

Baptist Men Direaor Mr. Skip Greene 

RA Director 

Camp Joy Direaor Mr. Doug Robinson 

Disctpleship Supporter Mr. Darrell Bare 

Co-Supporter Mr. Herb Hash 

Bible Drill Coordinator Mrs. Gail Bennett 

Evangelism Director . Mr. Chuck Edmondson 

Historian Mr. Earl Greene 

Media Direaor Ms. Earlene Campbell 

Missions Development Direaor , . Mr. Dean Coffey 

Moderator Mr. Gordon Rawls 

Vice-Moderator Mr. Don Holder 

Music Direaor Mr. Billy Ralph Winkler, III 

Seminary Extension Mr. Bud Russell 

Senior Adult Direaor Mrs. Mary Snead 

Singles Direaor 

Stewardship Director Mr. Greg Horne 

Sunday School Direaor Mr. Rk:hard Miller 

ASSIST earn: 

Preschool Director Mrs. Ellen Norris 

Children's Direaor .... Mr. Mike Surber 

Youth Direaor , Mr. Joe London 

Adult Direaor Mr. Lewis Thomas 

Treasurer 

VBS Direaor , Mrs. Ellen Norris 

World Mission Conference Direaor Dr. Lamar King 

Worship Consultant Mr. Allan Blume 

WMU Direaor Ms. Judy Branch 

Youth Director 



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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES REPORT 



ASSOCIATIONAL PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 



1998 Mr. Bill Edmisten . 

1999 Mr. David Edmisten . . . 

2000 Mr. Henry Glenn 

ASSOCIATIONAL TRUSTEES 

1998 Mr. Bill Sherwood .... 

1999 Mr. John Robinson .... 

2000 Mr. Ed Critcher 

CAMP JOY COMMITTEE 
1998 Mr. James Lawrence , . 

1998 Mrs. Mary Ann Lawrence 

1999 Mrs. Carolyn Adams . . 

1999 Rev. Steve Leashomb . . 

2000 Mr. Joe Isaacs 

2000 Mr. Merle Todd ..... 

EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

1998 Rev. Paul Coffey 

1999 Rev. Doug Robinson . . . 

2000 Rev. Dean Burris 



FINANCE 
1998 Mr. 

1998 Mrs, 

1999 Mr. 

1999 Mrs. 

2000 Mr. 
2000 Rev. 



COMMITTEE 
Bob Washbum 
. Vee Critcher . 
John Carwile . . 
, Keeta Norris . 
Harlan Greene . 
. Ray Greene . . 



P.O. Box 1307, Ray Brown Road, Boone 28607 264-2346 

407 Hilltop Drive, Boone 28607 264-0920 

1177 Rush Branch Road, Sugar Grove 28679 . 297-3596 



2176 Bethel Road, Boone 28607 297-2243 

871 Green way Road, Boone 28607 264-9381 

845 Pine Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3004 



520 Odes Wilson Road, Zionville 28698 297-1324 

133 Leali Drive, Boone 28607 264-3934 

P.O. Box 126, Sugar Grove 28679 297-2403 

1564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698 297-2668 

260 Main Haven Drive, Vilas 28692 297-1111 

Old Hwy 60, Boone 28607 .... 264-0152 



P.O. Box 17, Deep Gap 28618 264-0638 

846 Old US Hwy 421, Sugar Grove 28679 . . . 297-3869 
684 Ray Brown Road, Boone 28607 264-1908 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 
1998 Mr. Brent Hodges . . . . 
1998 Ms. Earlene Campbell . 

1998 Mr. Manning Gambrell 

1999 Mr. Bob Oliver 

1999 Mr. Chuck Phillips . . . 

1999 Mr. John D. Cook, Jr. . 

2000 Mrs. Irene Greene . . . . 

2000 Mr. Wendell Fox 

2000 Rev. Archie Qawson . . 



148 Deer Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3434 

845 Pine Run Road, Boone 28607 264-3004 

145 Glen Cove Lane, Boone 28607 264-6329 

139 Harley Peiry Road, Zionville 28698 297-4028 

384 Hayes Welbom Road, Deep Gap 28618 . . 264-3361 
505 Clark Swift Road, Vilas 28692 297-1785 

COUNCIL 

238 Hickory Lane, Boone 28607 264-1877 

116 Grand Boulevard 2-B, Boone 28607 264-4628 

8824 NC Hwy 194 S, Banner Elk 28604 963-4701 

3477 Old Hwy 421, Vilas 28692 297-4947 

4041 Hwy. 105 S. Boone 28607 963-7293 

162 Qest Drive, Boone 28607 262-5307 

P.O. Box 121, Blowing Rock 28605 . 295-7126 

2173 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698 297-1041 

1273 Rainbow Trail, Boone 264-8070 



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MUSIC COMMITTEE 

1998 Mrs. Kathy Butler 362 Burkett Rd., Boone 28607 262-1227 

1999 Mrs. Nancy Wood 820 Aho Rd., Blowing Rock 28605 295-3530 

2000 Mrs. Phyllis Templeton . 789 Stadium Drive, Boone 28607 264-2157 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

1998 Mrs. Gelene Atwood . . . 3674 Hwy 421 S., Boone 28607 264-8222 

1998 Mr. Steve Ward . . 784 W. King Street, Boone 28607 262-1604 

1999 Mrs. Joyce Hampton . . 652 Critcher Road, Boone 28607 264-3924 

1999 Mr. Glenn Hodges 301 Pinnacle Drive, Boone 28607 264-8376 

2000 Mr. Joel Coffey ...... 8423 US Hwy 421, Deep Gap 28618 264-2077 

2000 Mrs. Janice Ashley 594 Jordan V. Cooke Rd, Boone 28607 264-4706 

ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

1998 Rev. J.G. Eaiiy . 5098 US Hwy 421 S., Boone 28607 264-0194 

1998 Rev. Donald Critcher . . 190 Wyoming Ridge, Blowing Rock 28605 . . . 262-0688 

1999 Mr. Harlan Greene ... 384 Hayes Wellbom Road, Deep Gap 28618 . . 264-3361 

1999 Rev. Chuck Edmondson 163 Westside Drive, Vilas 28692 297-1919 

2000 Rev. Gordon Rawls ... 3215 NC Hwy Old 60, Deep Gap 28618 264-9520 

2000 Rev. Steve Leashomb . . 1564 Silverstone Road, Zionville 28698 297-2490 

PERSONNEL COMMHTEE 

1998 Mrs. Melanie Greene . . 220 Kahnia Lane, Boone 28607 262-1916 

1999 Rev. Lynn Powers 2079 Hwy. 421 S. Boone 28607 264-7125 

2000 Rev. Don Rogers .... P.O. Box 3, Blowing Rock 28605 295-7709 



SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMHTEE 

Mrs. Gelene Atwood 3674 Hwy 421 S., Boone 28607 264-8222 

Mr. Richard Miller 521 Country Ln., Boone 28607 264-7750 

Rev. Chuck Edmondson 133 Westside Dr., Vilas 28692 297-1919 



WORLD MISSION CONFERENCE COMMHTEE 



Mr. Don Norrington .... 
Mr./Mrs. George Clemens 
Mr./Mrs. Perry Greene . . , 

Mr. John Cook 

Mr. Harold Bennett, Jr. . . 

Mrs. Judy Branch 

Mr. Dermis Greene 

Mrs. Jackie Lawrence . . . 



324 Poplar Hill Dr., Boone 28607 265-4933 

236 Mine Branch Rd, Blowing Rock 28605 . . . 264-0937 

234 Farthing St., Boone 28607 264-0877 

787 Hilcrest Circle, Boone 28607 264-2384 

880 Greenway Rd., Boone 28607 264-7750 

275 Delmar St., Boone 28607 264-1137 

2146 Blowing Rock Rd., Boone 28607 264-8231 

520 Odes Wilson Rd., Zionville 28698 297-1324 



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REPRESENTATIVES TO REPORT TO THE 1998 SESSION 



Associational Missions 

Annuity Board 

Baptist Children's Homes.. 

Baptist Foundation 

Baptist Hospital 

Baptist Retirement Homes 

Baptist Student Union 

Christian Education 

Christian Literature 

Christian Stewardship 

Executive Committee 

International Missions 

North American Missions.. 

Memorials 

Public Morals 

State Missions 



Director of Missions 264-4482 

Dr. Lamar King, 375 W. King St. Boone 264-2441 

Mrs. Tena Miller, 513 Jefferson Rd., Boone 264-4482 

Mr. Wade Brown, P.O. Box 1776, Boone 264-8146 

Mr. Edsel Cook, 1932 Browns Chapel Rd., Boone 264-2518 

Mrs. Nickie Spinks, 863 Cobbs Creek Rd., Boone 264-5487 

Mr. Bud Fisher, 1144 Fainway Drive, Boone 264-4032 

Dr. George Miles, 1830 US Hwy 421 N, Boone 264-8005 

Mrs. Lamena Browning, P.O. Box 2448, Blowing Rock 295-4710 

Rev. Darrell Bare, 397 Ravens Ridge Circle, Boone 262-1307 

Moderator 264-9520 

Mrs. Kathleen Ward, 1120 Old Bristol Rd. Boone 297-2732 

Rev Gordon Rawls, 3239 NC Hwy Old 60, Deep Gap 264-9520 

Mrs. Sue McGhinnis, 500 Rush Branch Rd., Sugar Grove 297-1510 

Rev. Bill Warren, 1474 Old Bristol Rd. Boone 297-3563 

Mr. Bob Shields, 638 Fieldstream Drive, Boone 262-0244 



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PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 1997-98 



LINE ITEMS: 1996-97 1997-98 

MINISTRY EXPENSES 

#501-Evangelism 500 

#502 -Sunday School .1,200 

#503-Discipleship Training 700 

#504-WMU 2, 900 

#505-Baptist Men. . 600 

#506-VBS 350 

#507-RA' s 700 

#508 -Honorariums 400 

#509-Music 1, 120 . 

#510-Youth 4, 500 

#511-Leadership Training 350.. 

#512-Senior Adults . 300 



#515-New York Partnership 

#516-Missions Development Council.. 500.. 

#517-Media Resources 250 

#518-Publicity/Promotion 100 

#519-General Board Attendance 250 

#520-Singles Ministry 500. 

#521 -Prison Ministry 3,500. 3,500 

#522 -World Mission Conference. 

Totals 22 , 720 

OPERATIONAL EXPENSES 1996-97 



#701 


-Office Supplies 


.1, 


700 


#702 


-Office Equipment/Maintenance. 


.2, 


000 


#703 


- Insurance 


.1, 


300 


#704 


-Utilities 


.3, 


000 


#705 


-Building/Grounds 


.3, 


000 


#706 


-Postage , 


.2, 


200 





500 




750 




700 


3, 


500 


1, 


000 




400 




800 




400 


1, 


000 


4, 


750 




375 




200 


1, 


000 


3, 


000 




500 




500 




250 




100 




250 




250 


3, 


500 




500 


24, 225 


1997 


-98 


1, 


700 


2, 


600 


1, 


650 


3, 


200 


2, 


500 


2, 


200 



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#707-Annual Minutes. 500. 400 

#708-Auditing Expense 700 800 

#709-Petty Cash. 150 150 

#710-Discretionary 250 275 

#711-Travel . . . . . 2,000 2,200 

#712 -Convention/Conf . /Mission Exp. .1. 000 1. 250 

Totals 17,800 18,925 

PERSONNEL EXPENSES 1996-97 1997-98 

#801-Director ' s Salary .....15,468..... 16,887 

#802 -Housing 20, 000. 20, 000 

#803-Social Security, Director.... 2,616... 2,823 

#804-Annuity 1,823..... 1,896 

#805-Secretary • s Salary ...16,848 15,080 

#806-Social Security, Secretary... 1,289 1,154 

#807-Director ' s Insurance......... 4,500....... 4,500 

#808-Associational Clerk. 900 1,000 

#809-Secretary ' s Retirement 1,300 1,300 

#810-Secretary ' s Insurance........ 1,716 1,716 

#8ll-Basketball Coordinator 750 750 

#812 -Coordinator • s Taxes 115 115 

Totals .,.67,325,,.., 67,221 



OTHER EXPENSES " 

#901-Miscellaneous . MS • 700 

Totals 385 700 

Total Budget $108,230 S ill. 071 

Budget Needs per month $9,019.17 $ 9.256.92 



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BEAVER DAM: 


EMMANUEL: 






None reported 


Mr. Clay Townsend 








Mr. Mansfield Trivette 






BEECH VALLEY: 








Ms. Cloyce Harmon 


GAP CREEK: 






Ms. Delia Hicks 


Mr. Dale Blevins, Deacon 






Ms. Grace Presnell 


Mr. Douglas Cooper 






Mrs. Novella Sluder 










GREENWAY: 






BETHEL: 


Mr. James Terry Branch 






Mrs. Roxana Farthing 


Mr. Harold D. Cole Sr. 






Mrs. Lucy Moretz 


Mr. Dwight Edmisten, Jr. 








Mr. Harold Rainey 






BLOWING ROCK, FIRST: 


Mrs. Tina Wood 






Mrs. Helen Banner 








Mrs. Rosella C. Willis 


HOWARD'S CREEK: 








Mrs. Lois Greer 






BOONE. FIRST: 








Mr. Rex Hagaman 


LAUREL FORK: 






Mrs. Marcdla Wmbourne 


Ms. Genevieve Coffey 








Ms. Ester Miller 






BRUSHY FORK: 


Ms. Rosa Lee Triplett 






Mr. Bynum Dishman 


Ms. Cora Ward 






Mr. Stanley Greer, Deacon 










LAUREL SPRINGS: 






CLARK'S CREEK: 


Mrs. Gaye Coffey 






None reported 


Mr. Radford Howell, Deacon 








Mrs. Treva Kunce 






COOL SPRINGS: 








Mr. Henry Ruppert, Deacon 


MABEL: 








Mr. Keith Oliver 






COVE CREEK: 








Mrs. Doris E. Baumgardner 


MEAT CAMP: 






Mrs. Ruth T. Bingham 


Mrs. Annie Blackburn 






Mrs. Naomi V. Brown 


Mr. Jessie Brown 






Mrs. Mona G. Farthing 


Mr. Frank Klutz 






Mrs. Selma T. Farthing 


Mr. Edward Winebarger 






Mr. Bennie Presnell 








Mr. Linzy Presnell 


MIDDLE FORK: 






Mrs. Bernice M. Sherwood 


None 






ELK KNOB: 


MT. CALVARY: 






None reported 


Mr. Don Brannon 








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MT. VERNON: 

Mrs. Ellen Cook 
Mr. Douglas F. Critcher 
Mr. Bob Farthing 
Miss Pauline Harrison 
Mr. Bud Hartley 
Dr. William Smith 
Mr. Jim South 
Mr. C.C. VanDyke 

OAK GROVE: 

Ms. Kinova Bingfiam 

Ms. Alma Bryant 

Mr. Dallas Cheek, Deacon 

Ms. Francine Cornett 

Ms. Karia Eggers 

Mr. Arlie Moretz 

Mr. James Vines, Deacon 

Mr. Jim Williams 

PERKINSVILLE: 

Mrs. Mabel Brooks 
Mr. John Hollar, Sr. 

PLEASANT GROVE: 

Mrs. Edna Isaacs Dancey 

Mrs. Rose Eggers 

Mrs. Ruth Davis Eggers 

Mrs. Lucy Lawrence Fletcher 

Mrs. Peggy Wilson Johnson 

Mr. Blaine Pope 

Mrs. Edna Wilson Tester 

POPLAR GROVE: 

Mr. Craig Austin 
Mr. James Pitts 
Mrs. Helen Shore 
Mr. Clyde Williams 

PROFFIT'S GROVE: 

Mrs. Leatha Bryan 
Mrs. Francis Jones 
Mr. R.O. Mains 
Mr. Van Miller 
Miss Francis Shipley 

RICH MOUNTAIN: 
None 



RUTHERWOOD: 

Mr. Keith Edwards 
Mrs. Clemmie M Hellman 
Mr. Donald jochumsen 
Mr. Joe Triplett 
Mr. J.B. Watson 

SHULLS MILLS: 
None 

SOUTH FORK: 

Mr. Kenny Goodman 
Mrs. Virgie Lentz 
Mrs. Hazel Stanberry 

STONY FORK: 

Mrs. Mary Wellborn 

TABERNACLE: 

Ms. Edith Schieder 

THREE FORKS: 

Mr. Jerry Younce, Deacon 

TIMBERED RIDGE: 

None reported 

UNION: 

Mrs. Bernice Potter 

WHITE ROCK: 

Mr. Wayne Rupard, Deacon 

WILLOW VALLEY: 

Mrs. Doyce Edmisten 
Mr. Ralph Glenn 
Mrs. Cdetta Greene 
Mrs. Dosha James 

WILLOWDALE: 

None reported 

ZION HILL: 

Mrs. Nannie Grace Dishman 
Mrs. Iris Harmon 

ZIONVILLE: 

Mr. Max L. Miller 
Mr. Edward H. Reese 



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The Three Forks Baptist Association 

1997 Annual 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference. 

* Member/Congregational Information 

* Discipleship Training Information 

* Bible Study/Sunday School Information 
* Music Ministry Information 
* Missions Involvement/Education Information 
* Financial Information 

* Digest of Congregational Profiles 



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MUSIC MINISTRY INFORMATION For 1996-97 Associational Year 







21-TOTAL MUSIC MINISTRY ENROLLMENT 








a-Preschool 3 


-5 Years 






ASSOCIATION 




b-Children 6- 


11 Years 






THREE FORKS BAPTIST 


ASSOC 


c- Youth 


12-17 


Years 










u - iiaux c 


v^noi IT 


s 18 & Up 










e- other 


Music 


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Congregation 


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COOL SPRINGS, BLOWIN 


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7 


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